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- Maimon Mons
September 27, 2005, 6:49 pm
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I have an old VCR (about 10 years old) that has only composite video
and coaxial output. I connected it via the composite video to my (Denon
AVR-2106) receiver. I wanted to attach the Denon to my TV using
component video. Unfortunately, then I use component video, the video
signal looks jumpy on my TV (a Samsung HL-R5078). If I use the S-video
connection, everything looks perfect.
Going through the Denon manual, I notice that it mentions that the
picture may flicker or become distorted. The manual says I should get a
video stabilizer with a Time Base Corrector function.
So what exactly is a video stabilizer with time base corrector? And
how much should I pay for it?
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