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The S-Video is actually 2 signals - one for Chroma C and the other for Luminosity Y. With S-Video to S-Video connections, this gives better quality than composite, as each line can handle separate voltages, levels and frequency for Chroma = pixel color and luminosity = pixel intensity.
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