Subwoofer cable as composite?

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  1. Mark Murphy

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    I have an acoustic research subwoofer cable that I am not using. Is it possible to use it as a cmposite video cable? I want to use it for the video-out from my PC to my TV if possible.
     
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    It should work fine.
     
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    It may work fine, if it's a 75ohm cable. If it's not a 75ohm cable then you'll still get an image, but it'll be lower quality than what you'd see with a 75ohm video cable.
     
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  5. Mark Murphy

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    Thanks for the replies. The subwoofer cable worked like a charm. I recently had surgery and I can now surf the net from the comfort of my couch.
     

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