Commodore 64/128/16/+4 8-Pin DIN S-Video & RCA AV Cable

(15 customer reviews)

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Qty 1 to 4 (Each) $13.99
Qty 5 to 9 (Each) $12.99
Qty 10 or more (Each) $11.99
Treat your Commodore 64, 128, 128D, C116, 16, and +4 the way it was meant to, in the best picture quality available to it without modding your computer.  Connect a Commodore Computer (with the 8-pin DIN AV Connector) to either an S-Video Connector or Composite Video RCA.  It also includes left and right audio connectors.  Enjoy your Commodore at its best!
  • Over 5 Feet in length
Options:
  • 300 Ω resistor - The resistor will offer better picture quality on an LCD. It doesn't make much difference on a standard CRT monitor/TV.
  • Stereo Audio - If your C64 has been modded to support stereo audio, we can wire up the red RCA connector to Pin 7. Compatible with SID2SID, SwinSID, DualSID, and others.

To connect your computer to a TV with HDMI, check out the Armor3 Composite AV to HDMI Adapter that will take the output from this cable and upscale the output, and make it compatible with HDMI monitors!

NOTE: In earlier versions of the Commodore 64, Commodore didn't include the Chroma or Luminance connections required for S-Video.  If your Commodore 64 only has a 5-Pin AV Connector, you will not be able to use this cable. Please look at our standard AV cable instead.
LCD Comparison using S-Video
(Shared by one of our customers)
Without Resistor With Resistor

Additional information

Weight 6 oz

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Alex Evans

    It workd

    Alex Evans (verified owner)

    I got the version with the 300 Ohm resistor. Running the output through a S-Video to HDMI on an S-Video to VGA converter or directly into a DLP projector’s S-Video connector results in high quality video output.

    In addition the ordering process was easy, prices were reasonable and the cable was received quickly.

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