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question about Component RGB cables

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Jroz, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. Jroz

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    hello, i have a philips bsure sv2 projector and a nice sony 5 disc dvd player that boys have RGB inputs and outputs. I decided to try it out and noticed a huge difference obviously with RGB over RCA. The thing is..i didnt have any RGB cables laying around so i just used standard RCA cables and the picture looked alot better then with the RCAs...my question is..will there be a noticeable difference if i go out and buy some big thick RGB component cables, or will sticking with the RCA cables be just as good. RCA cables meaning i put red with red..green with yellow..and white with blue...then just use my surround sound for audio.

    please let me know if you can help
    thanks
    Jason
     
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    Theoretically you can lose a little because the impedance of the cables is different, but I doubt that you will notice much difference in practice on a short cable run.
     

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