Is there such a thing as a S-video to Component converter?

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  1. Manuel

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    Does anyone know if there is such a thing? If so, where can I get one? Thanks
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    Why would you want to do this? The signal would still be as good as the s-vid output.
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    John, the reason is that I have just recently bought a Mits RP widescreen tv. The famous red push is really prevalent on my system. I have read how you could tweak the red component cable and intend on going to Radio Shack to get the parts. However, you are out of luck with thecomposit and s-video ins. Hopefully, this will allo me to correct the problem on all components.
    Thanks for the web link. Any other options?
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