Does not in fact appear to be working at all. It doesn't seem to do anything. It doesn't appear to pass RCA video to VGA display or pass VGA to RCA video.
And the more I look at it, the more it appears to be a scam product. How do you push audio through vga? It didn't even occur to me that left and right audio were connected to this VGA adaptor regardless of which direction the signals travel, this is just strange.
Unless the application for such an adaptor is not what I think it is.
I could imagine usings 2 of these adaptors (one on each end of a vga cable) to pass a/v & s-video between a/v and s-video devices. But in reality never have anything to do with an actual VGA device at all.
*shrugs* - anyone else have any ideas?
EDIT: And with a hidden *more* link (probably not hidden, just my eyes).
I get my answer.
Standard Sub-D VGA Input.VGA to S-Video Cable will work with laptops and desktops with VGA cards that has TV-Out function capability through the VGA connector.VGA connector on one end and both RCA jack Video (TV) out and S-Video out connectors on the other end.Connector: D-Sub high density 15 pin male to S-Video mini din 4 pin female and RCA jack.Note: Before place the bid, please be sure to check the manual of your system to make sure the Video Card of your system supports TV (RCA/S-Video) output through VGA port. Not every Video card will work with this VGA to S-Video Converter. Only certain Video cards which have TV Output function built into VGA port will work through this adaptor.
Edited by Sinphaltimus, Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:04 PM.