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Old 11-09-2002, 21:07   #1 (permalink)
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S-video in

How do you work the S-Video(800x600). On the colour TFT screen in the fairmont Ghia, and if you otion up the premium audio in another car do you get it (S-Video).
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Old 11-10-2002, 06:09   #2 (permalink)
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s - video? what the hell is that meant to be?
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Old 11-10-2002, 06:36   #3 (permalink)
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There's another thread regarding this

http://discussions.fordforums.com/sh...threadid=23530

I'd love to know more too
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S Video is Super Video.. It splits the seperate color (RGB) into their own channels, send em down the wore, and re-combines them at the other end, giving u a crisper image over standard RCA style connections.

This is hear (I think) so that if you option it in, you can plug in an external video source into the $3000 dollar DVD / TV combo deal. I think u can also get the screen without the player... so their might be something there...


Hope that clears it up a bit...


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S Video doesnt seperate into component colors, it only seperates luminance (brightness) which is represented by the letter Y, and chrominance (color), which is represented by the letter C, hence the term Y/C connection is often used in production. For component you will need seperate red, green and blue plugs in RCA or BNC connectors or an RGB input.
Better still, have a firewire input. To put it simply, Component is better than S-Video, which is better than Composite (Single RCA or BNC)
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