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Author Topic: Solution to Video Cards without S-video out  (Read 1783 times)

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Solution to Video Cards without S-video out
« on: June 02, 2002, 06:55:54 am »
I have twoi of these, they cost me $220 originally.  Make me a decent offer, please.  They work, very well.  I used them for a few months until I got the ASUS V7700 cards.  So now I don't need them.  My only issue with them wwas they needed a seperate power source (Needed to be plugged in the wall.)

Here's their website for info:

http://www.aitech.com/multipro2000-details.htm


External VGA-to-TV Digital Scan Converter
Superior image quality with resolutions up to 1024x768 x 16.7 million colors. Wider horizontal and vertical frequencies (24 kHz-56 kHz and 50 Hz to 85 Hz respectively).
Simultaneous display on personal computer (or laptop LCD ) and television
No settings to make in your system
Four line buffer technology for sharp flicker free images on your TV screen
3 channel 10-bit output D/A converter
Simultaneous Composite and S-Video outputs
Control keys on remote mouse: 200% Zoom, Positioning, Freeze, Save, Recall, Reset, Flicker
Control buttons on main box (International version only)
Choice of output mode: Video, RGB
NTSC or PAL
Reset & Save
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