Any RPTV have 3 S-video on the back?

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  1. RandyL

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    Needs to be around 53". Thanks!
     
  2. NickSo

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    Im not sure about what TVs have 3 Svideo inputs int he back, but if you cant find any, you can find a switch box with Svideo for less than $50 probably at radioshack or Bestbuy Consumer electronics stores... [​IMG]
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  3. Kevin P

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    My Mitsubishi 46805 has 3 S-videos on the back, but they are shared with composite and component inputs as well, so if you use all 3 S-vids you won't be able to use any of the composite or component (except HD component).
    There's also a set of jacks (composite & S) on the front panel.
    KJP
     
  4. Al Moodie

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    New Sonys KP53HS20 / 30 and 61HS20 / 30.
    All have 2 S video, 1 composite and 2 component on rear.
    In addition 1 S video on front.
    regards,
    Al Moodie
     
  5. RoyGBiv

    RoyGBiv Stunt Coordinator

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    I also have the 46805, but the new Mitsubishis have three video inputs with s-video, two additional component inputs which can handle 480p, and one HD input.
    SMK
     
  6. Jim Christian

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    The Sony's have it, see the below...
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    If you're interested, or own, a Sony HDTV see http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sonyhs10 for >7,000 messages on making them better.
     

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