Any solution to getting S-Video Input externally since my TV has no S-Video Input?

BertFalasco

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I dont have an S-VIDEO input in my tv, anyone of you know or have any gadgets to solve this? (XBOX I believe requires S-VIDEO or composite.)
-Bert
 
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Choose one.
1) Use composite if you can
2) Buy an RF modulator otherwise
3) Time to buy a new TV
 

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Bert,
Your TV doesn't have S-Video, but does it have a composite connection? If so, that's the default connection type that the Xbox ships with.
Now, if your TV has no inputs other then RF cable, I'd suggest buying a new TV along with your Xbox
Otherwise buy a Xbox RF modulator (if MS doesn't have one at launch, I'm sure some third party will)
Personally, I wouldn't dare use the Xbox with a RF connection. Ughh, what a waste of system capabilities.
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BertFalasco

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People, my TV is good, it just ahs regular jacks, and RCA inputs and outputs..
-Bert
 

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Ok well then you'll be fine then. The Xbox ships with a composite cable connection(RCA - yellow[video]-red/white[analog audio])
Since your TV has these, you'll be fine.
Peace.
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you can get a cable that will pass svhs into composite, but its a waste if the system comes with composite cables
 

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