For questions pertaining to using or troubleshooting the composite video of a Raspberry Pi.

Composite video is an analogue video signal used mainly by televisions. Composite video uses an RCA cable (or some of the ways of the 3.5mm 4-pole Jack Socket on later Pis), and along with HDMI and the official Digital Serial Interface (DSI) L.C. Display is one of the Raspberry Pi's three video outputs.

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