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AV cabling

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by PEZ, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. PEZ

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    Is it worthwhile connecting the following jacks from my DVD player to my AV even when I'm using a digital coaxil cable between them already?

    AUDIO OUT L & R (this one was recommended....why?)
    VIDEO OUT
    COMPONENT OUT
    S-VIDEO

    cheers
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  2. Ian J

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    The easiest way to connect your DVD player is by co-axial cable to your amplifier and scart lead to your TV unless your TV will accept component inputs in which case you should use them instead of the scart.

    You don't need to bother with any of the other connectors although some will use the analogue outputs for replaying CD's in stereo but I find the sound better via the digital cable anyway so have disconnected mine.
     

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