S-Video to Composite Video Adapter

Nice and simple S-Video to Composite Video adapter. Note the stylish “ice”-finish of the whole thing. After all, the difference of S- and Composite video merely seems to be a matter of wiring.

S-Video to Composite Video Adapter

Another submission from the Magic Adapter Box

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One Comment

  1. Graham
    Posted June 11, 2018 at 08:56 | Permalink

    Not quite. The composite video signal is generated inside the computer and fed out through extra pins. A normal S-video plug only has four pins – two on each side and none in the middle. You can see this has more.

    (99% sure this adapter would have come with an Apple PowerBook)

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