2 scart inputs... Whats the difference?

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  1. b1nuzz

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    Hi, just bought my new LCD with 2 scart input.

    I have my sky + box into scart 1 at the mo.
    I then read through the manual, and it said that any set top box's shoudl be in scart 2.

    I then moved the box into scart two, but the picture was rubbish, so stuck it back in scart 1. Against what the manual says.

    Any idea what is going on here?

    Cheers

    Ben
     
  2. Andy98765

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    On your LCD the SCART 1 socket is most likely RGB enabled and SCART 2 to composite and S-Video. Look at your manual.
     
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    One of the scarts will be RGB enabled, or will via the on screen menus. STB can output an RGB signal which is of better quality than composite scart. Try checking the settings on the TV for the configuration of the scarts. and also the output on your SKYplus this should be set to RGB.
     

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