Friday, May 16, 2003, 4:55:23 AM, you wrote:
Scott> You're probably talking about RCA jacks. The female
Scott> jacks are round with a single hole in the middle and
Scott> a ring of conductive material wrapped around the
Scott> outside surface, yes?
Scott>From what you're describing,
Scott> it sounds like you simply want to use your television
Scott> as your computer monitor, which is relatively easy.
Yes, output from the PC to TV set, or video recorder.
Scott> So, if what you are trying to do is use your TV as
Scott> your computer monitor, and your video card has an
Scott> S-video out, but your TV does not have an S-video
Scott> in, then what you need is either an S-video to RCA
Scott> converter, or an S-video to coaxial (cable/antenna)
Scott> converter, or an RGB to RCA or coaxial converter.
Okay, that makes sense. Just an adapter really because I
have cables for both ends.