typical rca cable An /connector, also referred to as a phono connector or Cinch connector, is a standard type of used to transmit analog audio and composite-video signals between devices such as televisions, satellite or receivers, VCRs, game console systems, speakers and more. The term “” derives from the Radio Corporation of America, which introduced the design by the early 1940s to allow monophonograph players to be connected to amplifiers. Typical cables will have two or three color coded connectors. audio cables have two connectors: red (right stereo) and white or black for left stereo. An additional third connector on an will be yellow for composite video.

Below table shows color coding of , connector and pinout in typical consumer equipment found in market.

Composite analog video Composite Yellow
Analog Audio

Left/Mono
Right
Center
Left surround
Right surround
Left back surround
Right back surround
Subwoofer

White
Red
Green
Blue
Gray
Brown
Tan
Purple

Digital Audio S/PDIF Orange
Component Analog Video

Y
PB
PR

Green
Blue
Red

Component analog video/ (RGB/HV

R
G
B
H/horizontal sync
V/vertical sync

Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
White



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