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RBG RCA TO DVI - any good


Not RGB, no. On a compatible DVI-I socket it might work, but RGB is in fact RGB and S for sync. No socket there for that part of the signal.

Joe Fernand

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Your looking at a cable adapter not a converter - there's no signal conversion going on within the adapter.

As MAW says if you have a DVI-I input on your Plasma its compatible with a range of Digital and Analogue signals via the one connector.

If you have a YPbPr 'Component' video source + 3RCA to 3RCA cable + the ATI adapter + a DVI-I input on your display your in luck.

If your Display is a Panasonic 7 Series - then your not; it has a DVI-D Input (Digital only).

Best regards


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