3 phono lead V scart lead

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  1. eddiethehead

    eddiethehead
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    I've just hooked up my new dvd recorder (Panny E55) and have started archiving some of my old VHS tapes. It's a bit fiddly, keep changing scart leads and changing the (recorder)input from RGB to composite all the time.
    So my question is: Is there any noticable difference when sending a composite signal from the VCR via Scart lead as opposed to a 3 phono -> 3 phono lead?

    Hope the question makes sense :laugh:

    Many thanks,

    Mark.
     
  2. MarkE19

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    It is very unlikely that you will notice any difference. Go with the most convenient method.

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  3. eddiethehead

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    Mark,
    Thanks very much for the reply. Using the 3 phono lead will be much more convenient :smashin: .
     

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