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Pearstone Gold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25'

B&H # PEPC3R3R25 Mfr # VRCC-325
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You Pay: $33.95
Product Highlights
  • 24k Gold Contacts
  • Dual Shielding

This Pearstone Gold Series 3-RCA Male to 3-RCA Male Cable is a high-quality affordable component video cable that provides users with professional-grade features. It is designed to provide the most accurate signal transfer, with minimal loss of fidelity. It can be used with any type of video equipment that use component video as its video signal.

Pure OFC (oxygen-free copper) wiring - with two layers of insulation - is used for the core of this cable. Encasing the OFC wiring is a rugged SuperFlex PVC outer jacket that is both durable and flexible. The corrosion-resistant connectors feature a positive-grip strain-relief shell, 24k split-pin contacts, and 24k gold-plated terminations.

This Pearstone cable is a quality video interconnect that ensures a clean and superior video signal, and is ideal for a wide range of component video applications.

Heavy-duty, protective, anodized aluminum connector shells
Color-coded bands on the connectors
Rubberized non-slip grip on connector makes insertion easy and fast
Cable Type Component video RCA cable
Length 25' (7.6 m)
Gauge 28AWG
Shielding Dual braided copper and aluminum mylar, with over 95% coverage
Connector 1 3x RCA male
Connector 2 3x RCA male
Pearstone Gold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25'
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    PearstoneGold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25'
     
    4.7

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Good length (3)
    • Rugged (3)

    Cons

      Best Uses

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        5.0

        Nice heavy cables.

        By Steve B.

        from Rochester, NY

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        Pros

        • Consistent Performance
        • Good Length
        • Rugged

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Home Theater

          Comments about Pearstone Gold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25':

          So far, so good. Cables seem to be well made and fairly heavy duty (rugged). The only Con might be that the ends of the cables are fairly big (bulky). Just wondering if they might be too big to fit into some devices where the jacks are close together. In my case, these just fit but the cable ends are touching one another.

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          5.0

          solid quality cables

          By ACon

          from Massachusetts

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          Pros

          • Consistent Performance
          • Good Length
          • Rugged

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Pearstone Gold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25':

              Cheap price for 25 ft, quality cables, not chincy. quality video achieved with this product.

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              4.0

              Does what it's designed to do

              By RP in MT

              from Belgrade, MT

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              Pros

              • Good Length
              • Rugged
              • Well built quality

              Cons

              • 1080i or lower
              • Bulky

              Best Uses

              • Permanent installs

              Comments about Pearstone Gold Series 3 RCA Male to 3 RCA Male Component Video Cable - 25':

              I bought these cables w/ my new projector not realizing (should've done a little more research) that 1080p only works w/ HDMI cables. Luckily, I have a 1080i projector as well and these work very well with it. One thing I should mention, these cables are rather bulky so, if you are dealing w/ tight places, these probably won't work for you. Other than that, they are working very well. I would recommend this to someone w/ a 1080i projector, clear path between source and projector or a situation where a permanent install is possible.

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