Joe: When I received the GeForce2 MX from NATA Computers, the video out adapter was not an RCA plug; Jim figured out how to adapt the plug shipped with the card to change it to an RCA plug:
Here is a design for the S-Video to Composite Adaptor that I made for my Leadtek GeForce2 MX card. The image quality using the adaptor is not as good as using S-Video, but is certainly comparable to other GeForce cards I have used with composite out.
To make the adaptor you will need the following parts:
- 1 x 630 pico farad capacitor
- 1 x Male S-Video Plug
- 1 x Female RCA Line Socket
- 1 length of AV coax lead
The adaptor I made has a female socket, so I can connect whatever RCA cable I want into it, of course if you wanted to go direct to your TV/VCR you could put a Male RCA Plug on the other end and go direct.
Many thanks, Jim, for sending this along.