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    Quote Originally Posted by Sicarius View Post
    BTW, the mini-DIN port on the back of the MP965-D is not an s-video port. There should be a breakout cable that plugs into it which provides s-video, composite, and component connections.

    See the manual.


    so i was reding the manual and it refers to the piece that goes into the mini din port as an “S-Video to S-Video/YPbPr/Composite Video”. So that being said woulnd that make that plug an S-Video output? I ordered the two converters and they will be here some time next week i just wanted to bring that up. Please correct me if i am wrong here. also there is a little pic under the plug that is and "S" inside of a box with an arrow pointing to the right that is coming out of the box (maybe s-video out?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001SUBURBAN View Post
    so i was reding the manual and it refers to the piece that goes into the mini din port as an “S-Video to S-Video/YPbPr/Composite Video”. So that being said woulnd that make that plug an S-Video output? I ordered the two converters and they will be here some time next week i just wanted to bring that up. Please correct me if i am wrong here. also there is a little pic under the plug that is and "S" inside of a box with an arrow pointing to the right that is coming out of the box (maybe s-video out?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sicarius View Post
    BTW, the mini-DIN port on the back of the MP965-D is not an s-video port. There should be a breakout cable that plugs into it which provides s-video, composite, and component connections.

    See the manual.
    Chalk up the "S-Video to S-Video/YPbPr/Composite Video" to translation errors.

    If you have the breakout cable, then you won't need the s-video->composite adaptor as you can just use the composite out on the breakout.

    If you don't have the breakout cable... Well, then you've got an issue.

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