Difference between revisions of "Composite"

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(insensitive clod joke- it's a joke laugh!)
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I mention this only for those folks (like me) who are waiting to receive their big beautiful flat-screen TV, but can't wait to try out their new Apple TV. Just recognize that this is not a long term solution - who wants to see their iPhoto collection in black and white?
 
I mention this only for those folks (like me) who are waiting to receive their big beautiful flat-screen TV, but can't wait to try out their new Apple TV. Just recognize that this is not a long term solution - who wants to see their iPhoto collection in black and white?
  
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A colorblind person you insensitive clod!  ;-) 
  
 
Source:  http://www.beutelevision.com/blog/apple-tv-on-sdtv-in.html
 
Source:  http://www.beutelevision.com/blog/apple-tv-on-sdtv-in.html

Revision as of 00:45, 3 April 2007

If you have a standard definition TV with a composite input, you CAN use the Apple TV, but only in black and white. Just simply connect a cable from the green (luma) component output to your yellow composite input and select 480i as the resolution.

I mention this only for those folks (like me) who are waiting to receive their big beautiful flat-screen TV, but can't wait to try out their new Apple TV. Just recognize that this is not a long term solution - who wants to see their iPhoto collection in black and white?

A colorblind person you insensitive clod!  ;-)

Source: http://www.beutelevision.com/blog/apple-tv-on-sdtv-in.html



http://www.oreillynet.com/mac/blog/2007/03/apple_tv_composite_hack.html