Can you do this....? DMR100

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  1. cwoj

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    Hello

    Does anyone know if you can have/set the outputs on the panasonic dmr100 to:-

    Componet & digital oudio (Amp)
    RGB Out via Scart (TV)
    RGB In Via Scart (Freeview Box)

    Basically, i would like to use the componet output to my amp, but for have rgb out for normal tv use? :confused:

    Can this be done simply be sleecting av1, av2 or av3/4 :clown:

    Cheers
    Cwoj
     
  2. cwoj

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    anyone?
     
  3. Nelviticus

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    I have the 95 which is a later model, but if the 100 is similar then the answer is 'no'. You can't have component video output unless you change the SCART output to S-video or composite. You can't have RGB and component at the same time.

    You can have RGB input at all times though.

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  4. Kevo

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    There is no component out on the E100.
     
  5. cwoj

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    so i have just found out ...boo hoo
     
  6. Nelviticus

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    But you can have RGB scart to your TV and digital audio to your amp at the same time though. Re-reading your question it seems that that was what you were getting at. Otherwise why would you want component video to your amp if you were having RGB scart to your TV, unless you have more than one display?

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