AV Composite Cables
AV Composite cables, better known as RCA cables or AV jacks were first introduced in the 1940's. RCA cables and connectors have a standard plug on each end which includes a male connector in the middle surrounded by a ring. RCA cables have many uses such as a power connector, loudspeaker cables, composite video signals and carrying S/PDIF-formatted digital audio and many more. Typically, these cables are color coded with yellow for composite video, red for the right audio channel and white or black for the left channel of stereo audio. It's very common to see RCA connector jacks on the back of audio/video equipment, front panel of some TV's, camcorders, video consoles, DVD players and other AV components.