Originally posted by Orbitalzone
What exactly are you trying to do?
If you're trying to use a Euro video recorder with a UK TV and find the sound doesn't work when connected via the aerial lead, then using a scart lead will sort out the problem.
Originally posted by Duster
Do you know if I use a UK digital Sky receiver with a scart lead with a Euro video recorder or a Euro DVD recorder would I be able to record sound and picture OK from the UK digital Sky receiver?
If it's using a UK tv in Europe then the TV either needs modifying (if possible at reasonable cost) then again, using a Euro video via scart will allow the video to 'decode' the correct sound and vision and pass it through to the TV via the scart.
You are right Jaycee and yes it's a bit old but just in case someone has a solution, you know.
I think that set uses the Euro4H chassis, so you could try finding the manual for that.
As previously suggested, you'd still be better off connecting a digital TV box (cable, satellite or terrestrial) to the SCART instead.
I have an old Panasonic TX-28PL10 UK standard TV which I would ideally like to convert to PAL B/G for use over here in Portugal. I can't find a free service manual online so I don't know if there's an accessible parameter somewhere to set the PAL standard of whether it's a tuner hardware change. Seems a pity to junk the TV but I can't even give it to charity without getting the sound back.
Any input gratefully received.
See if it has a setup or tuning menu that asks for either the PAL Standard or Country to be set before (re)tuning.
Chris muriel, Manchester