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radeon9600 to video sender

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by gondor, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. gondor

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    hi, i want to plug a video sender into the 7 pin s-video out connector at the back of the radeon 9600 graphic card. it came with a 7 pin out which leads to a 4 pin s-video connector with a yellow composite rac phono next to it. all the senders i have looked at have multiple scart inputs , what do i need to connect one up. thanks :confused:
     
  2. Big_Vern

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    Most of the ones I've seen use a scart to three phono lead connection so you could use a single phono to phono lead from your graphics card composite out and a 3.5mm Jack to two phonos from your sound card. Example here: http://www.sateuropa.co.uk/product_overview.asp?id=977&catid=2&subcat=12

    I'm not sure whether any of these senders support s-video or even the scart RGB. I'm imagining that even the ones that have a scart socket on the back are only using the composite line. Perhaps someone could confirm this?

    The one I set up for my Dad so he could watch Sky on the portable in his kitchen uses composite and the picture quality is still pretty good.

    You can get these "PC to TV" kits which include an S-Video to Scart adaptor but the device you plug it into needs to support S-video. Example here:http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/PCTOTV1.html

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    Big_Vern
     

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