...with the three red, green and blue cables.
My first two DVD players had this. I just checked my Blu-ray player though, and it doesn't.
Though it does have Composite
video out, so I can still watch Blu-rays downconverted
to 480i on my old Wards SD CRT (which I still have, thank you very much!).
My first DVD player was a Progressive scanning Sony NS-715P, with YPbPr component video out on it. And I had it connected to my old 200-lb Sony 34" XBR800 CRT via YPbPr component cables so I could watch DVD movies in TRUE
480p. Whoohoo! Those were the days!
Don't think I have that player anymore. But I still have my first upscaling DVD player which has both YPbPr and HDMI outputs. And it still works ok. My XBR800 did not have an HDMI input, but it did have an HDCP-compliant DVI input. So I was able to watch DVDs upscaled to 1080i through that, using an HDMI to DVI adapter, with a separate audio connection (since the DVI input did not accept audio).
YPbPr component video was the next step up in analog quality from composite and S-Video. You can read more about it here...
S-video is also technically considered a form of component video, because it splits the video signal into two components, luma
I still have the component cables, remote & manual from my XBR800! Though the TV itself took a trip to CRT heaven (also known as the electronics recycler)!