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Adaptor For Hitachi Pj Tx 100???

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by cologne, Jun 26, 2004.

  1. cologne

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    Hello!
    I just got a Hitachi PJ TX 100 and I am trying to connect a Scart RGB from a satellite receiver to Component input of the PJ. For this, I need an adaptor Scart RGB to Component + Video (this is 4xRCA, red, blue, green and yellow). The PJ package does have an adaptor inside but this is Scart to 2xAudio plus Video, meaning useless!!! I wonder why Hitachi have done this!!!
    ANYWAY, does anybody know where I can find an adaptor “Scart RGB to Component + Video”??? Any website selling this? LIAM, any advice???
    Many thanks for any help in advance!
    Nicholas
     
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    Nicholas we sell scart to RGB+Sync cables by QED or Black Rhodium, we also make them up by hand using Van Damme cores.

    HTH
     
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    It certainly would be nice to be able to get an adaptor that allowed the use of normal component cables.

    In my case I want to run a 10m cable underneath a carpet thats about to be fitted. An adaptor would give me the option of using SCART and Component devices (with a little unplugging/replugging).
     
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    You could use an "adaptor" (as above) and utilise your existing component cable plus a single phono-phono composite lead. Or you could us a "converter" (such as JS RGB - YUV) and physically convert the signal into component video.

    Both methods have their merits depending on what other kit you have
     

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