A/V Composite Cable - 3.5mm to 3 x RCA - 2m

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Got a TV with no HDMI input, but still want to hack your Raspberry Pi? Don't worry! The Raspberry Pi comes equipped with a neat 4-Way Composite Video/Audio Jack, and we've got just the cable for you!

Plug this cable into your Raspberry Pi's composite 3.5mm Jack, and your Pi will output Video (1-line) and Audio (2-lines) via the three RCA connectors.


Connector Layout

  • Red - Video
  • Yellow -  Right Audio
  • Black - Left Audio
  • Tested for Compatibility with the Raspberry Pi
  • Gold Plated Connectors
  • 3m Long
  • Colour: Black
  • Connector Type A: 4-Way 3.5mm Audio Jack
  • Connector Type B: 3 x RCA Connectors
  • 1 x Composite Cable - 3.5mm to 3 x RCA

Helpful Tips

  • On first startup (when installing an OS via the NOOBs distribution), hold 3 at boot for PAL, or 4 at boot for NTSC. This will force output via composite insted of HDMI .
  • If you have installed an operating system with an HDMI cable, and want to change to composite hold SHIFT 3 at boot for PAL, or SHIFT 4 at boot for NTSC

Notes on RPi4
By default the composite output on the Pi 4 is disabled because it slows the system down. You need to add this to config.txt

What's in the box:

1 x A/V Composite Cable
  • Availability: 56 In Stock
  • Model: 4Pole-RCA
  • Brand: Generic