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Commodore or Atari S-Video Cable with Computer Purchase

Regular price $15.00

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Upgrade to S-Video Cable with Computer Purchase


Our Commodore and Atari 8-bit systems ship with a composite video cable.  If you would like to receive an S-Video cable instead, please add this item to your cart.  

NOTE: The following systems reliably have s-video capability: Atari 800, 800XL, 65XE, 130XE, Commodore 64, Commodore 128.  Other systems MAY have this capability (ex: Euro 600XL's), but contact us before ordering this upgrade with systems other than those listed.

PLEASE do not order this item separately.  This price is for inclusion with a new system purchase only, and will not correctly calculate separate shipping costs or actual item costs when purchased separately.  We do not generally sell just the s-video cable without computers.  We recommend using 8bitclassics.com for your video cable needs.  But if you're in a pinch and would like to buy one from us, use the contact form and include your shipping address and we'll quote you a price with shipping.


All of our systems and original boxes are graded based on cosmetic condition, relative to how they came from the factory.  Pluses and minuses may be assigned when a system is slightly better or slightly worse than the three grades we offer.  

The grades are as follows:

Grade 1: System is as new, with no more than one or two minor blemishes in places not visible when sitting on a desk.  Yellowing must be non-existent or barely observable.  Grade 1+ is reserved for new/unusued or systems that show no signs of use or any discoloration.  Grade 1+ systems cannot be distinguished from factory new systems.

Grade 2: System is very presentable, with few blemishes and/or a little yellowing.  Cases have no cracks.  White keys may have yellowing on their sides. 

Grade 3: System may have cracks on the case, significant blemishes, missing trim pieces that do not affect proper operation, or significant yellowing.  White keys are probably fairly yellow.  These systems are discounted significantly and intended for people who want a system but don't care that it doesn't look great on a desk.

Ungraded: Non-working parts machines, non-working components, or items that obviously can't be graded (such as cables or disks).