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Trying to use my s-video out on my TV

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I've got my TV hooked up to my s-video out on my video card but the display isn't very sharp, is there something that I'm doing wrong or something that I can do to decrease the fuzziness and horizontal lines?

All help is greatly appreciated. :tazz:
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Most standard TV's only display in 640x480 resolution so the picture on your screen will look crappy. On newer TV's with 1080i resolution you can get up to 1280x1024 resolution to look crisp and clear.
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