Can you connect RCA to composite?
You can use any RCA cable (they’re all the same thing even if they have different coloured heads) to connect composite or component video.
Can you plug a yellow composite into component?
Composite and component are not compatible unless your TV has been designed to take a composite signal into one of the component sockets as described above. You cannot plug the yellow plug into any one of the green, blue, or red, and get correct video.
Can I plug RCA into YPbPr?
The same cables can be used for YPbPr and composite video. This means that the yellow, red, and white RCA connector cables commonly packaged with most audio/visual equipment can be used in place of the YPbPr connectors, provided the end user is careful to connect each cable to corresponding components at both ends.
How do you plug Composite?
To connect you will need a Composite video cable. This cable has a yellow plug for the Video connection and a red and white plug for Audio connection. Insert the yellow Composite plug into the Yellow Video Input terminal on the back of your Viera TV. Insert the red and white audio plugs.