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What is Audio and Video Cables?

Audio and video cables are a type of cables used to transmit audio and video signals, typically used to connect television, audio, DVD players, and other audio and video devices. These cables have excellent transmission characteristics and can provide clear, accurate, and high-quality audio and video signals. They are widely used in various fields such as home entertainment systems, professional audio and video fields, broadcasting and television.

Audio Video Cables

Audio and Video Cable Types

Audio and video cables have multiple interfaces and connection types, and different types of audio and video cables are suitable for different application scenarios to meet the needs of different devices and systems. This post will introduce several common audio video cables.

HDMI Cable

HDMI cable is a widely used digital audio and video transmission cable that can directly transmit digital audio and video signals, and supports high-definition and ultra high-definition video transmission, including 1080p, 4K, and 8K resolutions. In addition, HDMI also has advantages such as high bandwidth and standardized interfaces, which can provide clear and detailed image quality. It is widely used in home entertainment and commercial fields.

HDMI Cable

DisplayPort Cable

DisplayPort cable is a type of cable commonly used to connect computers, monitors, and other multimedia devices, and transmit high-definition video and audio signals. DP cables support the transmission of audio, video, and other additional data, as well as multi-channel audio, and support multi monitor configurations. It is a common interface that can also be interconnected with other interfaces through adapters, and is widely used in professional applications and high-performance computing.

DisplayPort Cable

RCA Cable

RCA cable is a common analog audio and video transmission cable, suitable for connecting audio and video devices. Its plug is usually a metal head, with common colors being red, white, and yellow. RCA cables provide a simple and easy-to-use connection method, but their transmission quality is relatively low and not suitable for HD audio and video signal transmission. They are mainly used in home entertainment systems, audio and video equipment, etc.

RCA Cable

VGA Cable

VGA cable is a common analog video transmission cable used to connect computers and video devices such as monitors or projectors, and transmit analog video signals. It is an old-fashioned interface with certain limitations in resolution and transmission distance, commonly found in older computers and display devices.

VGA Cable

DVI Cable

DVI cable is a type of digital audio and video transmission cable used to connect computers and monitors, capable of transmitting high-quality digital audio and video signals. With the popularization of digital interfaces, the use of DVI cables is gradually decreasing in some new computers and display devices, but they are still being used in some older devices and applications.

DVI Cable

Features of Audio and Video Cables

High Transmission Quality

Audio and video cables are designed to provide high fidelity and lossless transmission, ensuring the quality of audio and video signals.

Anti Interference

Audio video cables usually use shielding and insulation technology to reduce the impact of external electromagnetic interference on the signal.


Audiovideo cables usually have a soft body and good flexibility, which can adapt to various wiring needs.

Multiple Interfaces

Audio and video cables have multiple interface types, such as HDMI, DisplayPort, RCA, etc., which can be used to connect different devices.

Gcabling Audio Video Cables

Gcabling manufacture and supply a wide range of  different types of audio video cables. Here we list a few best-selling products.

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