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Discussion in 'iPhone, iPod & iPad' started by ComeTurismO, Apr 12, 2014.
Such as this one? -
A quick google tells me that iDevices do support composite output. Although to me, that pic looks like microUSB, not lightning.
It should work fine, though as far as I can tell from a quick google search there aren't any Lightning to Composite cables at all, just Lightning to HDMI.
That said, you might be able to try a 30pin to Composite with a 30pin to lightning adapter. No idea if it would work, but it might be worth a try.
I looked on a few forums and some people said that the lightning to 30 pin adapter + composite cable did not work, it would on play audio
I'll go out for a try, thanks.