||S-Video to RCA Composite|
|Four pins to one! Two parts sorcery, one part electrical engineering, this handy-dandy
cable uses pinout-based downgrading to compress an S-Video source for an RCA composite
display. No hardware, no electronics, no fuss. Only works one-way, though. That's the price
||S-Video to RCA Adaptor|
|Downgrading from S-Video to RCA couldn't be easier than with DataPro's inline
adaptor. This small unit features a female S-Video input port and a female
RCA composite output port, for an easy, streamlined conversion.
||Composite Video Cable (Single RCA)|
|Built from high-grade coaxial cable, DataPro's composite
video cables are shielded for minimal noise and picture loss,
and our gold-plated RCA interconnects protect against
corrosion and interference. Simply put, you won't see a better
||Stereo Audio Cable (Dual RCA)|
|Stereo audio cables never looked better than with the DataPro gold-plated dual RCA
audio cable. Built with shielded coaxial wire and high-endurance RCA connectors,
these cables guarantee high audio fidelity in at any length.
||Composite A/V Cable (Triple RCA)|
|Make your composite video count with DataPro's high-grade triple RCA cable.
Featuring heavily shielded coaxial wire for a composite video signal and two
audio channels for stereo, all terminated with gold-plated RCA connectors, these
cables offer the best signal possible for any composite RCA situation.
||BNC-F to RCA-M Adaptor|
|This tiny adaptor is perfect for moving between BNC and RCA signals, whether for video, audio, or data transfer. It features a female BNC connector for mating with a BNC cable, and a male RCA connector for mating with an RCA jack.
||BNC-M to RCA-F Adaptor|
|This tiny adaptor is perfect for moving between BNC and RCA signals, whether for video, audio, or data transfer. It features a male BNC connector for mating with a BNC jack, and a female RCA connector for mating with an RCA cable.
||RCA F/M/F Cable Splitter|
|Double an RCA audio or video signal, or merge two audio
channels into one with this small and simple Y-cable. With
two female RCA jacks spliced to a single RCA male plug, it
doesn't get much simpler than this. Two become one. One becomes two. Done.