Can I connect AV cable to component?
The AV input you are referring to (yellow, white and red) is composite video (yellow) and stereo audio (red & white). You can use any RCA cable (they’re all the same thing even if they have different coloured heads) to connect composite or component video.
How do you attach AV to a component?
To connect your cable:
- 1 Plug the AV Multi Out connector on your cable into the AV Multi Out jack on the back of the Wii U or Wii console.
- 2 Plug the video connectors on your cable into the component video jacks on your TV.
- 3 Plug the audio connectors on your cable into the L and R audio jacks on your TV.
Can I plug AV into YPbPr?
The same cables can be used for YPbPr and composite video. This means that the yellow, red, and white RCA connector cables commonly packaged with most audio/visual equipment can be used in place of the YPbPr connectors, provided the end user is careful to connect each cable to corresponding components at both ends.
Can I use RCA cables for component input?
A cable with RCA connections can be used for SPDIF, audio, composite video and component video without any problems.
Is YPbPr the same as component?
Component cables use the red and white audio connectors, but they divide the video into three components: one for luma (brightness) and two for color information. This is known as YPbPr component video. Component and composite audio-visual connection cables both transmit video via an analog signal.
What is the difference between AV and component?
Component and composite audio-visual connection cables both transmit video via an analog signal. But that’s where the similarities between the two formats end. Old-style composite cables are no longer supported by most devices. The newer component cable format was designed to work with modern high-definition devices.