Technology / Television (TV) / Composite Video: An analog, encoded video signal (such as NTSC) that includes vertical and horizontal synchronizing information. Since both luminance (brightness) and chrominance (color) signals are encoded together, only a single connection wire is needed (i.e. RCA cables).
Technology / Television (TV) / S-Video Jack: It is a standard definition video connection normally found on directv and Dish Network receivers: it supports better quality than composite video. MORE
Technology / Television (TV) / S-Video: A video signal that employs two channels: luminance (Y: namely brightness) and chrominance (C: namely color). It is referred to as Y/C. It falls between component and composite video in terms of quali MORE
Entertainment / Video Games / S-Video Cable: A video cable that produces better video quality than a composite cable, but not as good as a component cable. S-Video improves on composite by separating the color and luminance signals. MORE
Technology / Television (TV) / Personal Video Recorder (PVR): Pvrs are digital devices that use a hard drive instead of videotape as the recording medium. Pvrs blend the features of a VCR with the programmability and storage of a computer. MORE
Business / Finance / S and P 500 Composite Index: Index of 500 widely held common stocks that measures the general performance of the market. MORE