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EAN-130000002060040   EAN-13 barcode 0000002060040
UPC-A000002060040   UPC-A barcode 000002060040
Product Name4-Pole 3.5mm Male To 3-Rca Male Audio/Video Camcorder Cable For Sony, Canon, Samsung, Panasonic, Sharp And Many Other Manufacturers.
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBath / Beauty / Hygiene
Short Description16 Oz
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B001ZU0ZIG
BindingHealth And Beauty
Features
  • Triple RCA male to 3.5mm male
  • Brass on Nickel Plated precision machined RCA connectors
  • Oxygen Free Copper conductor
  • High-density double shielding ensures virtually zero signal loss
  • 2mm PVC jacket for amazing flexibility
Long DescriptionDouble shielded, heavy duty, Brass on Nickel plated with Oxygen Free Copper (OFC) conductor, will provide a great picture when connecting your camcorder to a TV. The shielding works as reinforcement when higher tension is applied to the cable. A/V interface cable for portable devices using 3.5mm Male to 3-RCA Male jacks. Carries composite video and L+R audio signals. Brand-new, factory-fresh, shipped in plain, clear plastic. Horizontal, 4-pole input connects compatible camcorders to your TV, VCR, projector, or other device. Compatible with MiniDV and Digital 8 camcorders made by Sony, JVC, Samsung, Panasonic and Sharp, just to mention a few. This cable delivers vivid picture quality and superb sound. Cost-effective, high-performance ensures maximum quality. Low-loss wire and foamed dielectrics optimize picture quality. Virtually zero signal distortion. Color studio-coded, molded connectors attach to an ultra-flexible jacket and allows for easy installation and identification, even in the tightest places. Ordinary, (in-the-box) cables often use low quality materials, which can result in poor picture and sound quality. It also works with many Hi8 camcorders as well as the Sony Cybershot/Mavica Digital cameras. However, please be advised that most are designed capable of only monaural audio output, NOT stereo. Also compatible with iPod video, but RCA plug ends are different- (Red plug to Yellow jack, Yellow plug to White jack, and White Plug to Red jack). PLEASE NOTE: NOT COMPATIBLE with JVC GR-D347U, JVC GZ-MG155U or CANON UNITS needing replacement cable #STV-250N (which has a slightly shorter 3.5mm plug!), or the Creative Zen Vision:M MP3 and Video Player, and NOT compatible with Sharp VL-A10U ViewCam.
Created07-01-2006
Modified09-26-2018 8:49:08pm
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SHA256bbc249faf957345a76505568c5dc171a655648ebd238150216958b49fbc1e2f9
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