Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Marcos, Dec 2, 2003.
I was looking around an electronics shop but couldnt get much info
By RGB I think you mean Component video? Component separates the video signal into three colors... RGB. It's the best quality of the two. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking it up. It's totally choice.
is that ebonics?
I only saw Widescreens with RGB-in, i was looking for a 21" flat, It only had 2 scarts in the back and an AV input in the front.
Ferris Beuller's Day Off you stupid fuck.
Right, ok, and composite is straight-forward scart?
When you shit on a scarf.
Scart = what everone here calls the rectangle looking input in the back of TVs
Dont know what you call them
its mentioned there, so cant be just me
Its also what sony calls it on the back of their PS2 box
Yeah, that would be it.
I think everyone uses that here, for VCR's, DVD players, games consoles etc, its the norm
It usually comes with an adaptor, Where the 3 separate cables (Audio L, Audio R, and Video) convert to that scart
rgb = red, green, blue
Is that the code for the order of the imput or something? Ive seen it before, cant remember
You fucktard, S-Video is 10x better than Composite. In S-Video a analog/digital comb filter is still used, the same for composite, but the L/C signals are a scrambled mess. Component is three separate colors that are displayed directed to the picture tube. It's like a clear tunnel from your PS2/DVD player. S-Video is a tunnel that is filtered, and composite is like your sewage tunnel.
You see, now what am i suppose to believe
I wish people would get their facts right
Its ok now anyway, at my budget none of the TVs have RGB or S-Video