What cable can be use for video out put?

Answer Composite and Component cables use an RCA connector and a sheilded cable. Other cables that might be used include S-Video (not common these days), HDMI, DVI and (in Europe) SCART.

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Which cable delivers a higher quality PICTURE, a component video cable or an s-video cable?

Component is the best choice. Component supports progressive scan and Enhanced Definition (EDTV- 480p) and High Definition (HDTV- 720p, 1080i) S-video will give you a decent picture but it will not... Read More »

Can I replace the red,blue and green video cable with a red, white and yellow video cable?

I would do so only on a temporary basis. Component video cables are actually "video grade" meaning they can pass the full video bandwidth of HD with little signal degradation. The cheap **** red/wh... Read More »

What exactly is the difference between using an S-video Cable and the yellow av component cable?

First of all, remember that PS2 doesn't do 1080i or any other flavor of HD - but you'll still get a slick picture on your TV.Color video is made out of red, green, blue, and synchronization signals... Read More »

What is the different between s video cable and ypbpr cable?

S-Video is a type of composite video signal. The 4 pins are Chrominance, Luminance, and 2 grounds. Your standard composite video cable combines Chrominance and Luminance into one signal, which is t... Read More »