Video (Determine what Video Cable is right for you)
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
  • Carries both high-definition video and multi-channel, digital audio
  • Provides an all-digital connection from digital devices to digital displays
DVI-D (Digital Video Dual-Link)
  • Provides an all-digital video connection from digital devices to digital displays
  • Provides the best color detail and resolution for HDTV by enabling full-bandwidth, all-digital, high-definition video (720p and 1080i)
Super VGA
  • Connects computers to projectors, plasma TVs, LCD or CRT monitors, or flat-panel receivers, and some hi-definition set-top boxes
  • Provides true high-definition video and carries more color detail than Component Video
Component
  • Provides more color detail than S-Video
  • Offers an ideal solution for HDTV, digital satellite, and progressive-scan DVD players
S-Video
  • Provides better color and detail than Composite Video
  • Used with DVD players, digital video recorders, VCRs, and digital satellite receivers
Composite
  • Provices standard RCA video connection to nearly all video devices
RF Coaxial
  • Connects a VCR, cable box, or satellite video source to your television
 

Audio (Determine what Audio Cable is right for you)
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
  • Carries both high-definition video and multi-channel, digital audio
  • Provides an all-digital connection from digital devices to digital displays
Digital Optical Audio
  • Used with DVD Players, CD Players, AV Receivers, and Digital Satellite Receivers
  • Ideal for Dolby® Digital and DTS surround sound
Digital Coaxial Audio
  • Used with DVD Players, CD Players, AV Receivers, and digital satellite receivers
  • Excellent for Dolby® Digital and DTS surround sound
RCA Audio
  • Provides left and right channel RCA connection to nearly all consumer AV devices
Subwoofer Audio
  • Ideal for the very low-bass frequencies produced by subwoofers
RF Coaxial
  • Connects a VCR, cable box, or satellite video source to your television