s video cable connector

s video cable connector
2010-03-26 12:50:56
i'm migrating my video tape recordings from high school through college to digital. i wanted a longer s-video cable to go between the video deck and the video converter this cable format is so archaic that even the top-of-the-line “monster” style cables (in this case branded Acoustic Research) are selling for less than the cost of shipping them. you could probably belay a rock climber using a longer version of this heavy duty cable. too bad it can't improve the signal passing through it!

c/o wikipedia:

Separate Video[1], more commonly known as S-Video, also called Y/C, and sometimes incorrectly [2] referred to as Super Video[3], is an analog video signal that carries video data as two separate signals: luma (luminance) and chroma (color). This differs from composite video, which carries picture information as a single lower-quality signal, and component video, which carries picture information as three separate higher-quality signals. S-Video carries standard definition video (typically at 480i or 576i resolution), but does not carry audio on the same cable.

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