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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by KevinW, Nov 21, 2002.
Is there a noticeable improvement in picture quality when compared with the composite video cable?
Absolutely. Like you just wiped the vaseline off of your glasses.
You could put the $10 it costs for this cable towards pretty much any other HT/VG upgrade, and you will not get nearly as much in return as you would with the S-Vid cable.
Big Time. The first time I made the jump tp S-Video I was blown away at how much tighter everything looked, you could really notice when viewing text.
Thanks guys! I've only got two s-vid inputs, one is the dvd and the other is my satellite. I wanted to make sure it was going to be worth me losing the satellite s-vid, which I don't use 90% of the time anyway.
It's worth it...
Vaseline on your glasses is a common complaint about N64, the games were so anti-aliased that they were blurry
Just get a cheap S-Video switchbox for walmart for like 20 bucks. That way you can use S-video for all of them.
What S-Video cable for GameCube does everyone use? I was about to buy the Pelican ones today but was worried about the quality.
I had interact ones that I paid about $20 for. Recently I bought the Monster brand ones, and paid about $35 for them. They're better, but not $15 better. Don't worry too much about the quaility, as far as I can tell, they're all about the same.
an annoying this about my tv is that it does not have Svideo input, it has component input, but not s-video, go figure.
If I connect my GC to the Svideo in one my reciever, with the reciever of course connected to the TV via component cables, will it pass the signal through?
Depending on what reciever you have, it might, but I doubt it.
Most receivers, as in almost everyone, do not up-convert Svideo to Component video. I could BS you a reason why having to do with tech, the stars, and Monster Cable wanting to sell more wire, but I really don't know why. I'm sure someone else here does.
Best way to tell is to look in the manual for "UP-CONVERT" or something of the such.