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Cabling problem with Samsung NTL box

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by jpfrost, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. jpfrost

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    I have the Samsung NTL set top box. It has two scart outputs but no audio outs.

    I need to connect it to a plasmas screen, a surround sound amp, and a Home Theatre PC.

    I just wondered what the best way to go would be?

    Are there cables available that split the RGB Scart output to a Scart (for plasma) and L/R audio (for Amp)?

    Alternativley, I could use a straight scart to scart lead for the plasma and try to find a scart to s-video (for PC) and 4 phonos (for L/R PC and L/R Amp) - is there such a cable available?

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
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    why not just use a scart to 3 way( L/R audio and S video) and send it all to your amp, and use your amp to send the signal to tv and pc through it's outputs. Thats how our ntl is used, minus the pc bit though.
     

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