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S-video to RCA

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dryden_burton

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How can i convert S-video to RCA, Which pin on the S-video connects to which RCA jack :?:
 

PinksteR

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Here you have, google a bit next time, this stuff is easy to find out there..
 

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dryden_burton

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PinksteR said:
Here you have, google a bit next time, this stuff is easy to find out there..


what about audio. and what is the 630pf im guessing a ceramic capacitor
 

dryden_burton

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what about audio. and what is the 630pf im guessing a ceramic capacitor[/quote]

oh right S-(VIDEO) ,no audio ok
 

Nigel Goodwin

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dryden_burton said:
what about audio. and what is the 630pf im guessing a ceramic capacitor

oh right S-(VIDEO) ,no audio ok[/quote]

Yes, the audio is done seperately, usually using phono sockets.

S-Video keeps the colour and monochrome information seperate, in this way it overcomes many of the limitations caused by colour encoding, so gives a better quality picture.

This simple circuit adds the colour and B/W back together, giving a composite signal - but only of composite quality!, it reintroduces the limitations of encoded colour.

The capacitor can be any type, it's not at all critical!.
 
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