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Cables & Adapters

RCA
RCA connectors are most commonly used on stereo equipment. In PA systems they’re often used to connect a stereo CD player or other consumer electronics devices to the mixing board. They usually consist of a pair of wires molded together with separate ends color coded for left and right channel in stereo devices. They’re also used with the aux and tape inputs and outputs. Some mixers also have RCA outputs for connecting to a recording device. RCA cables may also be used on S/PIDF devices (discussed below under digital connector types).
“RCA” is derived from the Radio Corporation of America, the company that introduced the design in the 1940s. RCA connectors are also sometimes referred to as “phono connectors” since they’re used to connect turntables.
USB - C
USB (Universal Serial Bus) cables have become standard for connecting everything from printers to digital audio gear. USB cables have Type A, Type B, Mini-A, Micro-A, Mini-B, Micro-B, or Type C connectors at one end, and a device-specific connector at the other. USB cables can also be used as a power source for some devices. The latest version, USB 3.0, is significantly faster than USB 2.0 and can make a difference in minimizing lag during performances and studio playback of complex material.
What really makes the USC Type-C connector popular is its fully reversible plug, cross-platform compatibility (with new smartphones, tablet, laptops and computers), and its ability to not only output video, but also to transmit audio, data and power. This makes it an extremely versatile video cable, and we expect to see a lot more using it in the coming years.
HDMI
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) has become the standard for connecting consumer electronics such as DVD and Blu-Ray players to televisions. Its ability to transfer uncompressed video and audio signals has led to its adoption in pro audio gear. There are five connector types (Type A through Type E) each with unique pin configurations. Refer to your manufacturer’s specs to determine which type is correct for your gear.
VGA
VGA stands for Video Graphics Array. The connection was developed by IBM in 1987, making it one of the oldest video connections still in use today. It was widely used for video cards, TV sets, computer monitors, and laptops. VGA is capable of transmitting RBGHV video signals, which includes, Red, Blue, Green, Horizontal Sync, and Vertical Sync. The iconic blue adaptor comes with a screw on either side to secure the connection. The socket consists of 15 pins, arranged in three rows of five. It has since been surpassed by digital connections like HDMI and DVI but is still popular thanks to the resurgence of retro gaming and its inclusion on cheaper monitors and displays.
DVI
The computer DVI cable is a display data cable used to connect display devices such as monitors, DVDs, and projectors. For example, plug one end into a graphics card of a computer with a DVI interface, and the other end into a monitor with a DVI interface. After the computer is turned on normally, the computer screen can be displayed on the monitor.
DVI (Digital Visual Interface), that is, digital video interface. The three categories include DVI-Analog (DVI-A) interface, DVI-Digital (DVI-D) interface, DVI-Integrated (DVI-I) interface.
5 specifications including DVI-A (12+5), single link DVI-D (18+1), dual link DVI-D (24+1), single link DVI-I (18+5), dual link DVI-I (24+5).
A DVI display system includes a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is the source of the signal. It can be built into the graphics card chip or appear on the graphics card PCB in the form of an additional chip; while the receiver is a circuit on the display that can receive digital signals, decode them and transmit them in the digital display circuit, through these two, the signal sent by the graphics card becomes the image on the display.
DP
It is a growing technology offering great features from other outdated interfaces. Most people are familiar with the name HDMI as nowadays it is universal. Still, DisplayPort is specially made for Monitors, so it might not be that much popular, but it is competing hard with HDMI. DisplayPort provides much better resolution, refresh rate, and bandwidth than VGA and DVI. That means it is a much better option for you if you are a gamer or video lover. DisplayPort is a digital cable that transmits data in binary code of 1s – 0s; thus, it provides higher quality and speed. Older technologies like VGA and DVI use Analog signals for data transfer, which are slow and serve poor quality.
DisplayPort greatly benefits from technologies like DVI, VGA, and HDMI. The cables are durable and mostly have a metal coating. It is compatible enough for all users and generates the best quality display on your screen.
COAXIAL
Coaxial cable, sometimes known as coax cable, is an electrical cable that transmits radio frequency (RF) signals from one point to another. There are different types of coaxial cable, which vary by gauge and impedance. Gauge refers to the cable’s thickness and is measured by the radio guide measurement or RG number. The higher the RG number, the thinner the central conductor core is.
Coaxial cable has a distinct thick, round shape because of its interior insulation layer. Its size makes it look very different to other types of cable, such as twisted pair or Ethernet cable. The most commons sizes of coaxial cable are RG-6, RG-11 and RG-59. Coaxial cables are available in a variety of colors including black, brown and white.
Advantages of coaxial cable:
Inexpensive
Easy to wire and install
Easy to expand
Good resistance to EMI
Up to 10Mbps capacity
Durable
S- Video
S-Video cables provide better quality picture than RCA composite but lower than component and HDMI. It is used in high end VCR, Security systems, Cable/Satellite boxes, and DVD players. These cables come with S-Video to S-Video, BNC, and RCA connections. The signal is transferred across one cable consisting of four wires: two of them transferring the Color (Chrominance) and Intensity (Luminance) data, and two more carrying ground.

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