Cables4PC PS3 Analog AV Multi Out to Component Cable
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- Compatible with Playstation 2 and Playstation 3
- Analog AV Multi Out Port to component inputs on NTSC-compatible TVs
- Supports 2-channel stereo audio
- Length: 6ft / 1.8m
- "US version and it doesnot support PAL version"
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over
- Media: Accessory
- Item Quantity: 1
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I did a destructive examination of the cable. Its construction is offensively cheap and shoddy.
Instead of having a small coaxial shielded conductor for each signal, it has five tiny PCV-insulated conductors and a common ground conductor. There's no shielding at all.
The manufacturer didn't even put a ferrite core inside the plastic shell at the console end of the cable. That is baffling. If the manufacturer is so pathologically frugal that they didn't want to include the ferrite, why include the clamp-on shell? It's deliberate deception.
Does the cable produce and image? Yes. Is it better than a composite video image? Sure. Is this a good product? No.
When turning on your PS3, keep your finger on the power button until you hear another beep after the initial power on beep, and it should switch over from digital to analog.
I then put all three back to HDMI and, wouldn't you know, all three worked fine.