Almost nothing has S-video these days. I haven't seen a new device that had it for over a decade. It was designed for S-VHS video players which are obsolete and never really caught on. It was also useful for digital SDTV cable and satellite boxes. Depending on the TV and source device, S-video sometimes looks worse than composite which is still on many TVs and video devices.No S video inputs.
Lucky you if you have the wealth to own newer devices.Almost nothing has S-video these days.
Don't know about the TCL TV but a lot of TVs still have component in. One of the component inputs usually doubles as composite. There is very little difference in quality between S-video and composite. S-video to composite cables and adapters were once available and may still be.My TCL only has 3 HDMI inputs. No composite, no S video in.
Correct. 650s are still available as old stock but can cost more then the 665, which is almost identical. The 665 is black instead of silver and the buttons seem to have better action, though that may be due to wear on my 650. The 665 was $50 on Amazon and BB for Black Friday and may be on again for Boxing Day.Sidenote: The Harmony 650 is discontinued. The current model is the 665.