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TVs as monitors

On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 05:05:40PM -0400, Bill Horne wrote:
> I think the S-video inputs are capable of much higher resolutions than
> NTSC (known in the trade as "Never Twice the Same Color"). The first
> step is to visit your local video store and talk about capabilities with
> the eager salesmen: if it can be done, they'll want to sell it to you.

Nope, sorry. All S-Video does is send the same NTSC signal with the
chrominance and luminance signals on different wires, giving better
crosstalk rejection, but no improvement in resolution.


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