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Enjoy photos and videos on your television.
Supplied with select COOLPIX digital cameras.
It is equipped with RCA jacks and mini-USB connector.
This audio video cable lets you connect specific Nikon digital cameras to a television or video/DVD/HD recorder to view photos and videos.

EG-CP14 Audio Video Cable 3.5 5 2 2
Good product, tiny camera connector I haven't used this, yet, but it should work just fine. The S3100 (and probably a few other cameras that use this cable) has been made about as tiny and light as present technology permits, and the camera connector is, indeed, tiny. Nevertheless, it is well-designed and rugged enough to withstand common-sense treatment. The connector itself is truly small. You can see that it's roughly rectangular (but actually more trapezoidal), so, unlike a round mouse or keyboard connector, there are only two ways to attach it. Common sense says not to force it; Nikon would never put out a product that required a lot of force to mate a connector. That mysterious big, black cylinder that the cord loops through is a ferrite cylinder with a hole through it. It absorbs modern high-speed electronic interference that would otherwise use the cable as an antenna and possibly disturb other electronic devices. If you ever expect to use this cable, do take care of it! Don't lose it. Not sure, but that tiny connector might not be industry standard (yet, if ever?). I trust Nikon so thoroughly that I have no worries about quality. November 17, 2011
AV it is such a small port AV it is such a small usb port that it is hard to get a good quick connection you have to go slow and make sure you have it turned the right way.Other wise you break your usb port and you can not charge your camera battery or look at your pics on your TV or computer. It should have been made bigger then the HD port or the same as a regular USB port .2 thumb's down for this design.But other then that it is a good camera and we love it..... March 9, 2011
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My tv is mounted above the fireplace. I can't get to the back of it. I've plugged the cables into the blue ray but the device isn't doing anything. Help please!
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Have you changed your blue ray to accept the signal fro the camera, there should be an option somewhere on it to change the input method
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How come when i plug the cable into my 43" Samsung plasma tv, the picture comes out in B&W, and how do I make it work so it's in color?

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Make sure that the video mode is on NTSC (named for the National Television System Committee is the analog television system that was used in the United States), and not in PAL (European video standard that is also used in certain other areas of the world).
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The yellow and white plugs are RCA plugs for stereos and newer TV's, I have never seen RCA's on a PC except for maybe new and top end computers, you need to get a plug that goes into the camera, just like the single one on this cord, then make sure the other end has a USB connection on the other end, if you have a newer flatscreen TV, then you could plug the USB end into the TV, or if your camera is HD capable, then get a plug with HDMI, most likely if your camera will do HD, then you will have a mini HDMI, same plug but about half the size as regular, if not sure take your camera to someone like a Radio Shack or Best Buy, they should help you get up and running.
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picture screen on the back went out. When I pulled it out it came back on, etc. and won't play on the TV.
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Please verify the settings that you have on your TV. Once the camera is plug into the computer or the TV the image on the back LCD goes away.
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I have recently purchased another tv..the egcp14 audio/video cable with RCA jacks is not compatible is there a audio/video cable with hdmi connector ?

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My tv is a vizio 32 inch HDTV
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If your camera is compatible with the EG-CP14 then it has a mini-USB port therefore you would need a mini-USB to HDMI connector. Nikon does not offer this cable but it should be available through third parties. Please keep in mind that, depending on the model, your camera may not provide HDMI output.
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