You can connect two sources of AV (audio/video) input simultaneously. The left column of ports is for Source 1 and the
right column of ports is for Source 2. Each set consists of four ports:
The yellow ports labeled Video connect single-channel composite video, which provides a sharper image than a
coaxial RF connection.
The adjacent red and white input ports labeled Audio connect the stereo audio soundtrack corresponding to
composite or S-Video connections. The white port is for the left channel and the red port is for the right channel.
The black ports labeled S-Vid connect S-Video, which transmits video in separate color and black-and-white image
signals and delivers a sharper image than a composite video connection.
Component Video Ports
Component video provides the highest video quality currently available. Component video is used by HDTV receivers,
as well as some DVD players and other audio/video devices equipped with component video output. You can connect
two component video sources simultaneously by using the left column of ports for Source 1 and the right column of
ports for Source 2.
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