Apple Composite AV Cable
Apple Composite AV Cable
Connect an iPod, iPhone or iPad to your television with the Apple Composite AV Cable, gather up your friends and watch videos or slideshows together on the big screen. You can also connect the Composite AV Cable to your stereo or powered speakers for a room-filling audio experience.
The Composite AV Cable connects to your device or Universal Dock via the 30-pin dock connector and to your TV, home cinema receiver or stereo receiver via the composite video and red/white analogue audio ports. The cable also features a USB connector that you can plug in to a power source.
What’s in the Box
Composite AV Cable
- iPhone 4s
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 3Gs
- iPhone 3G
- iPad (3rd generation)
- iPad 2 (2nd generation)
- iPad (1st generation)
- iPod touch 4th Generation
- iPod touch 3rd Generation
- iPod touch 2nd Generation
- iPod nano 6th Generation
- iPod nano 5th Generation
- iPod nano 4th Generation
- iPod classic 160GB (2009)
- iPod classic 120GB (2008)
Answers from the community
What is the difference between component av cable and composite av cable
- Asked by YONG WON K from Orangeburg
- on 02/12/2010
The Composite AV has 3 connections to your TV - the combined video signal and audio left and right. The Composite AV has 3 connections to your TV - the combined video signal and audio left and right. The Component AV cable has 3 connectors for video (separated into Red, Blue and Green signals to produce a better picture) and the left and right audio connectors. Most older TVs that have AV inputs will have a set of composite inputs as will as some HDTVs, but typically only HDTVs have the Component inputs. Check your TVs inputs to see what you need. If the input on the TV has only 3 connectors (yellow, white and red) it is composite and if there are 5 connectors in the input grouping together you need the component cable.
- Answered by Brian B from Montgomery
- on 03/12/2010
What's the best way to connect Iphone to home stereo and maintain digital sound quality?
- Asked by Tim W from FRISCO
- on 08/01/2011
All of the Apple portable devices output an analog signal rather than a digital signal. To get the All of the Apple portable devices output an analog signal rather than a digital signal. To get the best quality sound, you should turn the volume all the way up on the iPhone (or iPad, iPod, etc.), and adjust the listening volume using the stereo. In general, sound quality will be limited by the type of file - MP3 and other compressed formats will limit fidelity. Thus, for playing via a stereo I suggest storing Apple Lossless versions of your music on a computer running iTunes. If you want 'audiophile' grade sound, you should add an external digital to analog converter with a computer interface (like USB) rather than use the circuits built into the portable device.
- Answered by Frank W from Minneapolis
- on 19/03/2011
Can I hook iPad to tv and see Skype on the tv
- Asked by Tim B from Scarborough
- on 24/10/2011
What cable do I need to connect my iPad4 to my hdtv
- Asked by Sherry W from Fredericton
- on 21/08/2016
A Lightning to HDMI adapter. Apple calls it their "Lightning Digital AV Adapter". You will also A Lightning to HDMI adapter. Apple calls it their "Lightning Digital AV Adapter". You will also need an HDMI cable.
- Answered by Bryan B from Madison
- on 22/11/2016
Connecting Apple Composite AV Cable to iPhone 6s with a Lightning to 30-pin Adapter
- Asked by Daniel M from Singapore
- on 03/05/2016
Only audio output and charching by USB wil work. Video output is not supported
- Answered by Frank V from Koedijk
- on 19/10/2016
With this cable connector, would I be able to stream Netflix movies from my iPad Mini?
- Asked by Raffi G from Burbank
- on 04/02/2013
Yes. I use it to watch Netflix on my hotel TVs all of the time.
- Answered by Chuck H from Scotch Plains
- on 11/04/2013