EngadgetHD: Not like it’s any shock to see a legacy port slowly fade away as new technologies come along, but really, it’s kind of amazing that S-Video has hung around as long as it has.
So far as we can tell, the format has been in existence since at least 1987, and no matter the adoption rate, 22 years in the consumer electronics industry is a milestone to be proud of.
CNET has a new piece up that points out just how many AV receivers are dropping S-Video connectors entirely, with Yamaha’s new RX-V family among the latest to bid the port a fond farewell.
Our question to you is this: do you mind? When’s the last time you actually used an S-Video socket over component, HDMI, DVI, VGA or DisplayPort?
We’re guessing most of you won’t even be able to recall.