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NTSC

abbr.
National Television System (or Standards) Committee
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Any old (CRT) television and most current LCD TVs accept a composite video input, so you might have a screen all ready to use.
According to Devon Bream, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for Black Diamond Video, simple composite video was the norm from 1955-1987.
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A full complement of inputs such as DVI-D, RGB analog, component video, composite video, stereo audio for PC and A/V and RS-232C (In/Out) provide a range of connectivity options.
Inexpensive PMPs typically feature standard-definition composite video outputs, so this article will highlight a few composite video driver applications.
* The ability to accept RGB, composite video, s-video and DVI signals, as well as deliver PIP.
You will need an electrical socket and an AV faceplate for your HDMI socket and composite video.