Connecting a S-Video source to my Commodore 1901 monitor?

From: Mikael Holm (
Date: 2003-07-10 11:57:15


I'm trying to connect a S-Video signal to my monitor which has separate 
Chroma and Luma RCS-jacks. As I recall is S-Video just about the same 
thing as separate Chroma/luma? So I'm just wondering if there is any 
conversion cable or adapter that converts from the S-Video mini-din to two 
(or three for audio) RCA-males? 

And another question. Is there any composite-video-splitters out there? 
That converts from composite video (one RCA) to separate Chroma and luma? 
I could use this to connect my VIC-20 to above mentioned CBM 1901. I've 
tried to attach the composite signal to both Chroma and luma, but it gave 
a rather distorted picture on screen

// Mikael

Mikael Holm

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