A/V ports

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A/V ports

The input/output paths on audio and video devices. Following are the major plugs and sockets.


Legacy Support
For several years, A/V equipment like the Roku media hub above has provided both analog and digital connections. However, new products, especially in small form factors, generally support only digital HDMI. See HDMI, composite video, component video, S-video, TOSLINK and analog stereo.


Legacy Support
For several years, A/V equipment like the Roku media hub above has provided both analog and digital connections. However, new products, especially in small form factors, generally support only digital HDMI. See HDMI, composite video, component video, S-video, TOSLINK and analog stereo.



Legacy Support
For several years, A/V equipment like the Roku media hub above has provided both analog and digital connections. However, new products, especially in small form factors, generally support only digital HDMI. See HDMI, composite video, component video, S-video, TOSLINK and analog stereo.
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