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Composite Video to S-Video Converter?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by MCB, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. MCB

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    I need to feed a Composite Video signal into a S-Video socket.
    I have seen in Maplins a converter that appears to just change the socket type rather than converting the video signal.

    Is that all I need to do or will the S-Video socket not recognise the composite video signal

    Any advice, or pointers in terms of equipment required, please let me know.
     
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    The Maplin one will 'work' but they're pretty poor, so if picture quality is of concern to you then it won't really do the job.

    Tributaries do a good inline composite to s-video convertor though, called C2S. You should be able to get one of these from The Sound Gallery in High Wycombe.
     
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    I happen to have one of these I am looking to sell.

    LMK

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    Now up for sale in Classifieds.
     

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