[mythtv-users] Whatever happened to HTPC mobos with tv-out?!

Craig Courtney craig at dawnsedge.com
Sun Jan 21 18:55:38 UTC 2007

There are still plenty of TV's out there that only have component  
inputs capable of 1080i.  The ASUS MSNPV-VM board I responded with  
includes DVI/VGA/Component/S-Video and Composite out on the onboard  
GeForce 6150.


On Jan 21, 2007, at 1:50 PM, Gabe Rubin wrote:

> On 1/21/07, glen martin <lists at locutory.org> wrote:
>> I'm getting the sense the TV world has passed me by ...
>> I built a HD-capable frontend a while back on a Asus mobo with a  
>> TV-out
>> connector on the board. Sweet little box, no cards so lots of airflow
>> with little fan.
> Out of curiosity, if you are trying to build an HD-capable front-end,
> why are you looking for s-video.  S-video, by definition is incapable
> of doing HD.  If your TV is HD capable, it should have either a DVI,
> HDMI, or VGA input in it.  If your TV is not HD capable, then I
> understand the issue.
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