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Griffin releases component/composite iPod cables

updated 12:45 pm EST, Thu November 27, 2008

Griffin iPod cables

Griffin Technology on Wednesday released Component and Composite video cables for connecting iPods to televisions, computer monitors and home entertainment systems. Each six-foot cable attaches to the 30-pin dock connector, while a second USB cord and A/C adapter are also included with each package, which allows the devices to be charged while in use.

The composite cable provides male RCA plugs for analog stereo audio and single connection for video. The component version offers three (RGB) RCA plugs, in addition to the stereo audio connections.

The cables are priced at $50 each, and are compatible with both iPod touch models, the iPod nano 3G or 4G, and the iPod classic.


[Composite cable]



[Component cable]




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    Price

    If this was any cheaper, it would actually be a good deal. Apple sells the exact same thing for the exact same price.

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