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S-Video (SVHS) Gold Plated Cable, 4 Pin 6Feet Did you ever look at the back of a DVD player, satellite or cable receiver, or that vintage VCR you still use, and wonder whether you should use the composite video outputs/inputs or the funny-looking, round S-Video connectors? Youre not alone. We get asked that question a lot (even in these days of HDMI and DVI connections) because lots of people wonder the same thing. The answer is that you should always use the S-Video connector. Thats because S-Video (which stands for separate video, not “super video” as most people have always believed) carries the signal in two separate signals, one for luminance and one for color, while composite video combines all of the information on one signal and requires a “separation” process before the video can actually be played. This leads to lower quality picture with less detail and poorer color reproduction when using the composite outputs and inputs, compared to the video signal which comes from the S-video connector and is carried along a true 75-ohm S-video cable. Why are we telling you this? Its because most components with composite outputs also have S-Video outputs which could provide better video quality but most people dont have extra S-Video cables just lying around. Guess who has plenty of them? Our Cmple S-video cables are meticulously designed to provide outstanding video quality from source to monitor. Theyre fully shielded for low signal loss, and made with two separate 95% shielded, spiral-wound inner conductors, with their center conductors made from high-quality 28 gauge stranded copper. These cables are fully molded with flexible yet strong black PVC jackets, and the male 4-contact mini-din plugs on each end are gold-plated in order to provide a solid connection with no signal loss at the plugs and no corrosion over the long run. Theyre a full 6feet in length, so theres virtually no limit to where you can bring a video signal in your living room, bedroom or home theater. This cable is available in several length as well. 3 feet, 6 feet, 12 feet, 25 feet, 50 feet, 75 feet, 100 feet Taking an in-depth look at the specifications of the Cmple S-Video Gold Plated 4-pin cable: Gold-plated connectors Low-loss fully-shielded S-Video cables Applications include home theater, DSS receivers, VCRs, DVRs/PVRs, camcorders, DVD players 4-contact mini-DIN male plugs AWG28 stranded copper center conductors Two 95% shielded spiral-wound inner conductors Fully molded flexible black PVC jacket Length: 6feet If youre installing a brand-new, state-of-the-art home theater system, you probably wont have much need for these S-Video cables, because theyve been superseded by more advanced types of connections like the HDMI cables commonly used with high-definition televisions. Well just about guarantee, though, that if you have an HDTV or monitor thats a bit older, a satellite box, a VCR or DVD player, or a camcorder or any number of other types of components which have been around for a little while youve got them connected together with composite RCA-style cables. Do yourself a favor, spend a couple of dollars, and try one of our Cmple S-VHS cables instead. Youll be shocked at the difference in picture quality.

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Upcoming Events

Oct
16
Free
Seed Saving with Angel Beyde
1:00 PM
Seeds are the first and last stage of a plant's life. Join Angel Beyde, Organic Master Gardener, in our Black Oak Savannah restoration garden to learn how seeds represent freedom, equity and food sovereignty, for human and animal communities. We will learn how to sustainably harvest seeds in the larger context of a regenerative and reciprocal relationship to the earth. Please note the skills learned in this workshop are to be practiced in your own yard/ garden or the yards and gardens of friends - harvesting seeds from parks is strictly prohibited to sustain healthy plant and animal populations. Thank you to the City of Toronto's ShowLoveTO for resourcing this walk. Free In Person - High Park Nature Centre, 375 Colborne Lodge Drive

Oct
16
$10
Tall Trees, Deep Roots
1:30 PM
Join us to explore the endangered Black Oak Savannah ecosystem in High Park. Learn about this majestic place as a legacy of Indigenous Peoples, whose knowledge, care, and relational reciprocity maintained the savannah for thousands of years and informed the city's current savannah restoration strategy. We'll also explore the deep roots of species native to this ecosystem and take part in some stewardship together.

Oct
17
$15
Falcons, Hawks and Fall Flyways - choose your own adventure!
1:00 PM
Experts from the Mountsberg Raptor Centre will bring at least three raptors to the Nature Centre - so you are guaranteed to see three of the following up close: Broad-winged Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk, American Kestrel, Merlin or Peregrine Falcon. You'll learn what makes each of these birds of prey unique and the challenges they face due to human activity. After the outdoor presentation you'll get to choose your own self-guided adventure in the park using our raptor ID guides and knowledge of the best places to see raptors in the park.We offering this program at three different times (1:00 - 2:00 pm, 2:30 - 3:30 pm & 4:00 - 5:00 pm). Each session has a capacity of 25 people. Tickets: $15/person (receive 20% off when you purchase 3 or more tickets using coupon code HAWKS). Children 3 and under are free but must be registered for contact tracing. Tickets are non-refundable unless the Nature Centre cancels the event, in which case you will receive a full refund. Notes: This event is an outdoor event with a capacity of 25 participants. It is a rain or shine under the cover of our verandas. So please dress for the weather and bring a blanket to keep warm.

Oct
23
$10
Unbe-leaf-able Fall Colours
1:30 PM
From the golden Sassafras leaves to the crimson hues of the Red Maples, High Park trees are stunning in the autumn.  Join us to learn why most deciduous trees “decide” to lose their leaves every winter and why most conifers keep their needles.  We’ll also delve into the science behind the hidden colours which are revealed in leaves during the fall and the reasons why we suggest not raking your whole yard.  We might even find a giant leaf pile to jump in!



Oct
24
Free
Air is Life
1:00 PM
Air moves through us and all around us as wind, cloud and mist. Wind is constant change. Wind moves (the) Maple trees bringing flow to the sap. Wind carries Feathers from beings who see us from the greater perspective of sky. Leaves, thoughts, and words are carried on the wind as the seasons change and people huddle together to form loving community. Winds interact with and support other elemental energies. Winds form languages, shape tree branches; winds of change push us to live in a good way - in universal 'right relations'. As we survive the pandemic we think about breath as stigmatized and carrying the virus. We have a hard time taking a breath or hearing each other's words. We need to be Free to Breathe. Join Taiaiako'n Historical Preservation and the High Park Nature Centre as we liberate our breath with cultural sharings and teachings from the natural world. Many of us have been making and decorating our own masks and artists are picking up on this social phenomenon. Working creatively with masks at the Air is Life event will be part of our activation/ceremony. Please bring a mask for re-purposing, doodads, thread, sequins and other delights to fashion and re-create beautiful masks that promote a beautiful reclaiming of the breath. We will supply Cedar Tea and natural art supplies. Thank you to TD Park People Grants for resourcing this event.

Oct
29
$15
Halloween Howl
6:00 PM
This all outdoor event will begin with a lantern lit night hike through the woodlands. We'll stop to learn the not-so-scary truth about owls, bones, bats and zombie trees. Finish off the night by warming up around our campfire. We will provide roasting sticks for everyone and you are welcome to bring whatever it is you would like to roast. Fun for all ages! Costumes are optional. $15/person (receive 20% off when you purchase 3 or more tickets using coupon code SPOOKY) Children 3 and under are free but must be registered to ensure we do not exceed 25 participants. Tickets are non-refundable unless the Nature Centre cancels the event, in which case you will receive a full refund. Covid Notes: This event is an outdoor rain or shine event so please dress for the weather.

Oct
30
$10
BEWARE THE PARASITES
1:30 PM
Parasites! When we think of parasites, we may think of scary microscopic critters or blood-sucking worms – but what else in nature is considered a “parasite”? Did you know that cowbirds are parasites of other birds? Or that certain wildflowers are considered parasitic to other plants? There are many symbiotic relationships that exist between organisms in nature, all of which can be considered good or bad, depending on which perspective you look at. Join us as we explore the curious world of parasitism, mutualism, and commensalism!

Nov
13
$10
Meandering Mindfully in Nature
1:30 PM
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a relaxing afternoon in High Park! Join us for a serene autumn walk and explore what it means to be mindful in nature - stretch into animal forms, unwind and experience sit spots and try your hand at nature journaling.
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