There are three video options that you have. The best connection really depends on what your Television has for inputs.
- Composite video input signal consists of chrominance, luminance, sync and blanking information.
- The S-video (also known as Y/C) produces a higher-quality picture than composite because it splits up the chrominance and luminance information into two separate signals.
- Component Video, known as analog RGB. Component video splits up the signal into red, green, and blue channels. As a result component video input provides the quality video signal than composite video signal.
- HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) This high-bandwidth interface supports not only brilliant digital video, but digital audio as well. HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. This is the highest quality connection to use if your devices support them.