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Types of audio and video cables

Audio and Video cables help you have the best experience when it comes to your live entertainment from Television, speakers and much more. Audio and video cables enable families to enjoy themself with household consoles and sound systems.
And to make your experience even more delightful it is worth knowing which cables to use and what kind of signals each carries. To make things easy for your understanding we have outlined some popular and commonly used audio and video cables to make you understand the usage better.

Types of audio & video cables

Digital Visual Interface DVI Cable These cables come with high bandwidth, are sharper and provide a better video experience than VGA. They have a distinct feature of carrying both digital and analog signals. DVI cables set up digital to digital video connections that overlook the digital to digital and analog to digital conversion required between multiple components with the only component video connection.
High Definition Multimedia Interface HDMI Cable Their considerably more advanced version of DVI. It comes with the ability to carry high bandwidth of data which includes video and audio and now 3D and ethernet with the help of a single cable.
RCA Audio/Video Cable The cable is used to connect a range of audio and video devices such as speakers, TVs, camcorders and much more. These stereo audio cables are much better at transferring signals than the coaxial RF A/V connections.
Some of the most famous brands offering the best products in the AV cables category are mentioned for your reference: HP, Philips, Logitech, Sony.

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