Component Video Connection
- TVThe output of a video device (such as a DTV set-top box), or the input of a DTV receiver or monitor consisting of three primary color signals: red, green, and blue that together convey all necessary picture information. With current consumer video products, the three component signals have been translated into luminance (Y) and two color difference signals (PP, PR), each on a separate wire.
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