Component Video Cables with the AV-3 or AnCo Cable Component Video (Y/Cb/Cr) is a better standard as it separates one step further than the S-video which in turn is better than the Composite and S-video.

Component video cables with 3 parallel Anco cables for highest transfer quality.

Note! Component video is not compatible with RGB.

Analogue Component means that colour (chroma) and light intensity (luminance) is separated into three information parts, namely Y, R-Y and B-Y:


  • Y signal contains luminance- and synchronising information.
  • R – Y signal is red minus luminance
  • B – Y signal is blue minus luminance

The component connectors are usually marked YPbPr. Sometimes they are wrongly marked Y/Cb/Cr (digital component), YUV or RGB. Component Video is a high quality transfer technique, and can handle resolutions up to 1080p.

Anco Component Video
SUPRA component cables are available in different combinations with RCA and BNC. Anco is for high quality demand and/or long cable runs. The signal is separated into three individual coaxial cables of very low loss. (0.6/100m) All connectors are shielded. 

Application example: DVD to TV/Projector.

Anco-BNC Component
Our best component video cable. AnCo 3BNC-3BNC is an interconnects with Supra BNC-6 plugs.
Application examples: DVD to LCD/Plasma.

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