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  1. paul haslett

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    I have a question on video conections. I have with a RGB conection and a Red/Yellow/White (cant rem name is it composite, the standard one that comes on most TVs) on my TV

    I am looking to buy a DVD i know some of them come with RGB but most come with s-video.

    Is there a way of connecting s-video to the tv with the connections i have?

    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. Peter.LeBlond

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    If you have BOTH the RGB connectors for a component input and the WRY connectors for a composite input, you definitely want to get a DVD player with component, as it is far superior. However I don't know that I've ever seen a TV with a component input and no S-video input...it seems odd. While most DVD players have S-video, almost as many have component outputs, finding one shouldn't be hard.
     
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    my tv is european and has two scart conectors the manual says 1 is RGB and the other is composite but it does not mention s-video at all. the TV is a samsung 32WS
     

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