A standard type of cable used to transmit analog
audio and composite-video
signals between devices such as televisions, satellite or cable receivers, VCRs, game console systems
and more. Typical RCA cables will have two or three color coded connectors. RCA audio cables have two connectors: red (right stereo) and white or black for left stereo. An additional third connector on an RCA cable will be yellow for composite video.
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