What is the difference between vga&svga cables?

Answer While video graphics array or VGA is a graphics display system that IBM developed for its line of computers in the 1980s, Super VGA or SVGA was used as a lump term for the video standards that came... Read More »

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What is the major difference between patch cables&the installed cat3 or cat5 cables?

Patch cables are designed for flexibility and are composed of stranded copper conductors. CAT-3 and CAT-5 are typically solid cables, which are designed for use in longer runs through walls and cei... Read More »

What is the difference of componet cables vs the red,white & yellow cables?

yellow usually goes to video and the red and white(or black) goes to the audio.the red/green/blue are for composite videos.. used for progressive scan dvd players. its is not interchangable.since y... Read More »

What is the difference between guitar cables&speaker cables?

The difference between guitar cables and speaker cables is usually not outwardly apparent. The outside wiring insulation and input plugs are exactly the same in most cases, but what is on the insid... Read More »

What's the difference between RCA cables and components cables?

Component cables *are* RCA cables. However, not all RCA cables are the same. Some are designed for audio (usually with red and white plugs), some for composite video (yellow plug) and some for co... Read More »