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RCA (Female) to BNC (Female) Adapter

RCA (Female) to BNC (Female) Adapter (Photo )

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If you've found this product odds are you already know what it's for...

That doesn't mean I'm not going to not not explain it to you.

Much like the above sentence, this product needs no explanation. Some of us still remember the good ol days where BNC was King of the connections and only the absolute best monitors (CRT screen and all) had them. BNC (Bayonet Neill–Concelman, named after it's inventors) was originally designed for military applications but quickly became a favourite in broadcast radio and television due to its superior connection and minimal wave reflection/loss. It was even used to transfer data on some of the earliest computer networks such as ARCnet and the IBM PC Network.

This fine example of an adapter features a Female RCA connector and a Female BNC connector.


  • 5 Year Cable Chick Warranty!
  • 1x Female RCA connector
  • 1x Female BNC Connector
  • Ideal in Security Systems, Professional Video or Aerospace Applications
  • Silver Plated for longevity
  • Colour: Silver

Fun Fact: Sometimes, incorrectly, the acronym for BNC is referred to as coming from "Bristish Navy Connector"

Product Summary & Specifications
Product Code:
Connector A:
BNC (Female)
Connector B:
RCA (Female)

(5th Jan, 2011)
Product Review by Hendrik,
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(5th Jan, 2011)
Product Review by Ken,
Start Quote How do you connect an xbox 360 slim with HDMI out to a video projector at the same time a flat screen TV in one room and another in the kitchen for monitoring what the kids are up too? This little device is the answer. I am very impressed on the ease of set-up and use, and as it is a VDA (Video Distribution Amplifier in old school terms) means no signal degradation, even over longer cable runs. The HDCP pass through works flawlessly too on all devices, even if a device is turned off/disconnected/reconnected, the others still are seen by the HDCP system, so no interruption to your viewing pleasure. A truly flexible solution. The sleek design is at home with any AV installation. Literally this little unit set and forget. I have built my own multimedia room and is my pride and joy. This is why I use Cable Chick exclusively because they have everything I need, from wall plates, cables to high end devices (sometimes exclusively available to Cable Chick), all very high quality, great price and supper fast service. It is a welcomed relief when doing a building project that you know that what ever you need, you will have it the next business day, so you can progress the project to completion. Also, because of their great and varied range, this helps in the design process. Often you may say "If only I have a..." and often enough, you will find what you need at Cable Chick. They have my business. Start Quote
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Posted: 4th Dec, 2007
Question: Are both output devices operational at the same time?
Answer: "Yes, this products is designed to split one HDMI input to two duplicate outputs."
Posted: 1st Jan, 2008
Question: Does the splitter comply with HDCP for both connectors so it will not be a problem with blu-ray copy protection?
Answer: "Yes, HDCP is fully supported."
Posted: 7th Oct, 2014
Question: I have a ps3 hooked up to a yamaha 5.1 channel audio receiver & a sony lcd flat screen tv and i have a reliance hd game recorder.would the hdmi splitter work to use the hd game recorder.when i try to run the ps3 through it hdcp disables it?
Answer: "This splitter does not circumvent content protection. If your hd game recorder works with the PS3 directly, it should continue to work with the splitter in place. If the hd game recorder is blocked by HDCP it will continue to be blocked with the splitter in place."
Posted: 30th March, 2015
Question: I think this is what I need to view either my TV or Projector from my Austar.Is that correct. I have no need to view both at the same time?
Answer: "For pay-TV services like Austar, Foxtel and Apple TV, we recommend a passive switcher to direct the video signal to one display device at a time, as splitters tend to be detected and blocked by content protection."

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