Question about Televison & Video
Check to make sure that your series of set has an S-Video connector on the input panel (usualy located on the rear side of the set).
In most TV sets, the S-Video is shared with video input 1, and or 2.
For example, if the S-Video connector is located at position 1, then make sure that there are no other connectors in the video connector for the base-band video feed. The audio connectors will be okay, because S-Video does not carry the audio.
When using S-Video, the L and R audio, and the S-Connector video input will be used on the respective video input.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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