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    which tv out cable do i need for this, i mean what is it call, a link would be good!


  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    i think its "s video".

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    the one that looks like this



    i had to take that myself

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    ignore them...

    s-video port...

    s-video cable...

    do u kno wat kind of port ur tv has??

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    my pic is the right piece, it gets plugged into my video card by the part thats not showing, then the part thats showing, plug an s video cord into it, then into ur tv

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    thats called a s-video-to-rca converter, those are for tv's without s-video...

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    Originally posted by TheFilePirater@5 October 2003 - 01:53
    thats called a s-video-to-rca converter, those are for tv's without s-video...
    More tvs have RCA jacks than S video in though......

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    wat did i just say!! lol

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    Originally posted by TheFilePirater@5 October 2003 - 06:34
    s-video cable...

    do u kno wat kind of port ur tv has??
    i dont have RCA port but i do have S Video port so i am gona go this one. thanks for all of u who replied to my meg anyway is there a cable which has s video port at first end and scart port at the other end.

    SCART CABLE


    i heard scart cable provides nice quality image, i dont how true is that but......

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    You can buy an s-vid adapter from argos or index or somewere that sells crap like that, maplins, anyway, it has two phono inputs for the sound, everyone else forgot that! so you need a soundcard lineout jackplug with two phono plugs on other end.
    I would advise that you make sound lead yourself as its only three wires, one for each speaker and a common ground, shared between both,butcher an old pair of headphones and hifi seperate rca leads.
    Would definately recommend that you go with svideo as the picture is best, better by far than composite, i use both, svideo into tv and composite into video for taping movies, sound is split between tv,hifi and video through diy junction box.
    T.V. is in lounge which is 15-20 feet from computer which is in bedroom, so use cordless mouse and keyboard, not infrared but r/f 2.4ghz as the ones i use are on that freq and all work np while sitting on sofa.
    good for games and films though need new T.V. as one now is just about feked.
    Oh , svideo converter, bought one and produced b/w picture on t.v. , using svideo straght in was colour, not isolated, got threee different ones all same problem, still, converter also has composite to scart so alls not lost.
    best of luck with graphics software, as ati's tv out controll panel is far easier than nvidia's ,i've tried both .

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