3m Scan A/V Cable - 3x RCA Phono (Male) to 3x RCA Phono (Male)

3m Scan Audio/Video Cable - 3x RCA Phono (Male) to 3x RCA Phono (Male), Black

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Scan code: LN10478 Manufacturer code: 2RR3-03 Request call
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Product Overview x3 Male phono plugs to x3 Male phono sockets. ( left & right stereo + Video) Features Two Audio interconnectors (left and right) and one video (yellow composite). Can be used to connect videos, dvd's and other AV devices to TV's, projectors etc.
Length 3 m
Type Audio/Video Cable
Connector From 3x RCA Phono (Male)
Connector To 3x RCA Phono (Male)
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Colour Black
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