S-Video & VGA

S-Video is a type of signaling standard for standard definition video, and provides a better image quality than composite video, but lacks the image resolution of component video. The "S" stands for "separate" and refers to the division of the black & white and color signals the cable carries. VGA refers to Video Graphics Array, and these 16 pin connectors provide a quick and easy way to connect a computer to a video/audio display.