VGA = Progressive scan video (31khz)
Component Video = Interlaced video (15khz) OR Progressive scan video (31khz)
So .... the answer is YES
Just to mention, Component video is just a smart way to save a few wires and still send a very good quality signal to the TV. It gets like 99% of the quality if a raw RGB signal. Which is not possible to do with S-Video.
There is 2 types of RGB signal.
One uses 5 wires (RGB + Composite Sync)
The other uses separated sync which results in 6 wires (VGA uses this format: R,G, B, Vsync and Hsync)
Component video saves you the trouble of sending the Sync signal (Goes encoded in the reference Black and White image on the Y wire) and the Green signal (it rebuild the green out of the blue and red)
I hope this was informative
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