An RGB cable is used in transferring video signals from a video source to a display. This type of cable only carries video signals and consists of three RCA cables that have red, green and blue connection tips. RGB cable... More » Technology Television & Video

According to Apple Inc., the RGB signal is the standard signal for most computer graphics and video files. It is named for the colors red, green and blue. These colors, in certain combinations and intensities, can create... More » Technology Television & Video

VGA and RGB are different but related terms that are used to describe video technology. RGB, which stands for red, green and blue, is a color model used in a wide variety of applications. VGA, or video graphics array, is... More » Technology Television & Video
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