Splitting 3 RCA output into two

Jack Schectman

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I apologize if this is the wrong category, but I didn't see anywhere else that looked better.

Let's say that I have a device with a 3 RCA male output, and I want to be able to split that output into two, one going to a TV, the other to a capture card connected to a computer. How would I do this? I looked into splitters but I've only been able to find 3 male to 6 female, but I'd need the opposite. I looked into male/male and female/female RCA adapters to use with a 3 male to 6 female, and while the female/female for the input seems easy enough to find, I also found it very difficult to find male/male. So how would I split a 3 RCA male to two outputs, which both eventually need to be male, and what would I need to do it?
 

Jack Schectman

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I presume by "the device" you mean the device I want the output from. If so, then no, it does not have female jacks, it has some other sort of female output and a cable that connects to it on one end and has 3 RCA on the other.
 
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