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Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by newjohn, Oct 20, 2005.

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    What projector and DVD player are you trying to connect together?
     
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    hi
    i wish connect a themescene H30a to a jvc A-35 surround sound
    the jvc has scart, s-video, composite, but no component
    and the cable will need to be around 5m long so need a good quality connection.
     
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    Can the JVC output RGB on it's SCART?


    If so, you can use the adapter(s) supplied with the H30A.

    Set the SCART on the JVC to output RGB
    Connect the SCART RGB adapter to the JVCs SCART socket
    Connect a 5m standard (but hi quality of course :) ) VGA cable to the RGB SCART adapter
    Connect the other end of the VGA cable to the DVI-Dsub adapter
    Connect the DVI-Dsub adapter to the H30A's DVI in
    Select RGB SCART as the input mode


    This will give you as high a quality input to the PJ as you will get with your current setup, all for the cost of a decent 5m VGA lead.

    Something like

    http://www.lindy.com/uk/productfolder/03/37/37247/index.php

    http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=AV11048&N=411

    http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSearch/partDetail.jsp?SKU=AV09195&N=411


    BTW, if your DVD player does not output RGB on it's SCART socket, then the converter you posted about is a non-starter (it requires an RGB input from the DVD player in order to function)
     

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