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Advice ready for when i get my KV32FX66

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Rookies, Jan 20, 2003.

  1. Rookies

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    Ok Guys

    A KV32FX66 will be here on Wednesday.

    I would like to hear from you all how i should have it set up. Here what i will be adding to the tv


    TV
    DVD
    Sky Digital
    VCR
    PS2

    Maybe the Gamecube but not too bothered about that.



    I though

    TV AV1 > DVD AV1>DVD AV2>Sky Digital AV1>Sky Digital AV2>VCR

    Then the AV2 on the VCR to AV2 on TV.

    AV3 on tv for pS

    All the above using all scart lead at the back


    Or is there a better way, just bear in mind i would need the vcr to be into the sky so i can record sky channels
     
  2. RichB14

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    I have

    TV
    AV1-DVD
    AV2-SKY
    AV3-PS2
    RF-VCR (hardly used)

    Sky
    AV1-TV
    AV2-VCR

    Best to use av1+2 for dvd and sky for rgb input
    Considering getting a Quatro+ to switch the scart so i can get the ps2 on rgb as well.

    Bear in mind most VCR's don't have rgb pass through for your sky
     
  3. Rookies

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    I have now though


    TV AV1
    SKY
    VCR

    TV AV2
    DVD

    TV AV3
    PS2
    Gamecube aswell if i get a switch box
     
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    Odd, but I prefer Sky non RGB.
     

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