- Aug 29, 2009
Wow RGB better than RCA? So many things wrong with that statement.The internet isn't a problem for me (I have gigabit ethernet going to a FIOS router with 25mbps internet). And I'm pretty sure component = RGB.
My TV has HDMI but I don't have the cable and the HDMI port broke somehow on it. We just got a new TV actually, but we still don't have the cable until I can find it.
And how is component better than RCA? I don't think there is a significant difference in quality, and everyone I know who has ever used RGB has ended up having one of the cables or ports not working (including my old TV which had non-working RGB ports). Not to mention I'm kinda short on those cables which I use for many other things.
Ooh, but wait, my new TV has composite input that I assume works. Finally! Now I just have to set it up if I have enough cables
First, you mean Component, not RGB. Since Component is capable of HD video and RCA cables are not (they only do low resolution video), that is clearly much better and your statement is false.
Also, you couldn't have been more wrong with calling it RGB. Component videos actually use YPbPr color space, not RGB, it's basically a completely different method of pulling color data and should never be mixed up. The closest thing that actually uses the RGB color space is VGA cables, which actually use that as a signal. Similarly the less common SCART cables also use VGA signaling.
YPbPr != RGB
Though you probably just called it RGB because that is the color of the cables. Shows how you have no clue what you are talking about. If you are going to complain about the Apple TV's faults, at least have some basic knowledge of what video technology is.
Sigh.. why am I even bothering, you are just going to post something else that is equally clueless.