Does anyone know of a TFT LCD Flat Panel monitor with an S-Video input?

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nico35

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Preferably around a 20" screen.

I've seen one on an American site but struggling to find one over here.

Anyone have one or know where i can get one?
 

gavin77

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Alot will except S-Video signals through the SCART connections. You just need an S-Video to scart connector. I picked one up from Maplin for £9.

SORRY UNLESS YOU MEAN A TRUE MONITOR - Which will not have SCARTS.
 
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nico35

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gavin77 said:
Alot will except S-Video signals through the SCART connections. You just need an S-Video to scart connector. I picked one up from Maplin for £9.

SORRY UNLESS YOU MEAN A TRUE MONITOR - Which will not have SCARTS.
Gavin, yes i mean monitor as opposed to TV.

Sorry i thought this was the best forum for this as its closely related and i know about scart to s-video but obviously i'd need a scart on the monitor first.
 

unheardof

Standard Member
nico35 said:
Gavin, yes i mean monitor as opposed to TV.

Sorry i thought this was the best forum for this as its closely related and i know about scart to s-video but obviously i'd need a scart on the monitor first.
I think some of the Dell Widescreen TFT monitors have s-video inputs as well as other similiar monitors. Most don't even have scart plugs. Just VGA/DVI, Component and S-Video.

They don't tend to be on 4:3 monitors
 
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nico35

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Alternatively does anyone know whether you can buy a cable with s-video connection at one end and a vga (15 pin) (which i assume is the most common monitor output) at the other or a suitable adaptor of some kind?
 
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