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    Component is at the top when it comes to video quality. Then s-video follows closley and then composite is the lowest.

    The only reason s-video would be better than component on a TV would be faulty component inputs as far as I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pizzaluvr
    what does this mean to you... pretty much nothing, you won't see a very big improvement from 480i-480p, seeing as 480p isn't high def(its enhanced def)
    Not even, 480p is standard def. The only improvement on enhanced def is that the screens have higher contrast, there is no difference in the signal at all.
    ... but what do I know?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pizzaluvr
    theyll have composite(red white and yellow) but they won't have component(red green and blue) or s-video

    what does this mean to you... pretty much nothing, you won't see a very big improvement from 480i-480p, seeing as 480p isn't high def(its enhanced def)
    saying you can't see a difference in 480i and 480p is like saying 480p and 720p are the exact same(yes I know that 720p is higher resolution), you see no difference since your eye from more than 1 inch away from the screen can't see pixels all that well(not true by the way), the video coming into the cable needs to be 480p also, you probably have not seen 480p, most likely only 480i on a 480p display which would make for de-interlacing, not anywhere near progressive scan. even the ps2 with the adaptor to make 480p is better than normal 480i, but again is the signal coming in is interlaced you do not see the improvement, I have seen the difference and to tell the truth it looks almost like a different resolution.
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