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Video Connectors
Author: Cássio Lima Last Updated: December 19, 2006

1. Regarding Separated Video (S-Video) standard we CANNOT state:

It provides a better image quality than composite video.
Two wires are used, one for the video signal and the other for grounding.
The majority of TV sets and videoprojectors nowadays have this connector.
S-Video signal can be transformed into composite video with the use of a very simple adapter.
None of the above.

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