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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful.
Good quality working cable
This cable works well for my ancient Sanyo DVD/VCR combo. I was just going to order a Component cable for it but it seems that the component cable is DVD exclusive so I ordered this with it.
The cable itself is insulated with PVC and is well made and well insulated.
this gets a 5/5
The actual connectors albeit well plated and have good feel are not very tight. What I mean by this is that the actual ground connector is kind of thin and is not very springy so it is a little loose. I used some small pliers to tighten them down right before connecting.
this gets a 4/5 (it's higher than I would've rated only this cable was kind of inexpensive)
All-in-all this is a good cable for the price and is of good quality in materials (FOR THE PRICE) and has a decent picture (for COMPOSITE video cable) and the audio doesn't have that feedback buzz some inexpensive cables have.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
50 Feet of Awesomeness!
By Kas: Mommy & Lab Tech
50 feet of awesomeness! I organize a bi-weekly, free movie event for my local community. The theater we use is very old, outdated, antiquated, (insert another fitting word...you get my drift). When I first took over this gig the Audio/Video cable was spliced, diced, and barely held together with electrical tape. I purchased this 50 ft cable because it allowed me enough length to run the cable from the DVD player, up through the ceiling, and down to the projector. I'm very happy with this cable and the seller. This product meets my expectations and I will purchase from this seller again for any future cable needs. I hope this review was helpful.
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Bought in April, Dead by August
The 50ft version of this cable lasted a grand total of 4 months before the video channel lost connectivity. In that time it was installed in the ceiling of my basement, where it could not get stepped on, rolled over or otherwise moved, and where the temperature is relatively constant. The product description says "lifetime warranty" but the warranty claim site says "403 Forbidden" after one fills out the form and submits.
Signal quality was never fabulous, even when new, but you can't expect much from composite video over these kinds of distances. I'll be trying C&E 50 feet Stereo/VCR RCA Cable, 2 RCA (Audio) and RCA RG59 Video next in the hopes that the coaxial video channel will last a bit longer and maybe give a better signal.