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From: "Bevan Weiss"
Subject: Re: Svideo to RCA adapter
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Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 10:43:58 +1300
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If you only have an Svideo cable output (ie no RGB/component etc) and the
input to your TV is only composite then the only option you have is to use
composite, which is a lower quality signalling method. If your TV has
RGB/component video, then you could do some eleaborate processing on the
s-video signal to obtain an RGB/component signal, however it's quality would
also be degraded below svideo because of all the processing. Stick with a
plain composite. Unless you are willing to buy a TV that has one of the
more superior connectors.
"Me" wrote in message
> Thanks for that link, but it says that the qulity is degraded
> significantly. I want to plug this cable into my computer then to my tv
> play games on my tv. So quality matters for me.
> "Ban" wrote in message
> > "Me" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > news:bbNu9.50$4P2.email@example.com...
> > > Hi. I was wondering how to build an svideo to rca adapter. My
> > has
> > > a 4 pin svideo out that I want to plug into my tv, but I don't have
> > anything
> > > with an svideo in. I've tried searching online, but I can't find
> > anything.
> > Not true, exactly your title gives lots of hits in google like this:
> > http://www.hut.fi/Misc/Electronics/circuits/svideo2cvideo.html
> > --
> > ciao Ban
> > electronic hardware designer
> > http://thinkamove.com/
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