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Can you send RGB or composite through a Freeview Box

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by roman-r, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. roman-r

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    Thinking of getting Freeview for the sare room but no scarts left on the TV.

    If I but a Freeview box with two scart sockets will it allow me to connect my Xbox into one so I can send the xbox signal through the Freeview and into the TV - avoiding the need of a Scart Adaptor.

    Also is it likely that both Scart sockets are RGB or will the Xbox signal be downgraded to Composite.

    Any commentw would me much appreciated :)
     
  2. father alice

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    Depends on the freeview box!! eg the Echostar t101+ only passes cvbs thru' whereas the Sagem idt62 passes cvbs and rgb and the Pioneer DBRT-F100 will pass cvbs, svid and rgb. You need to study the technical stuff at the back of the manuals I'm afraid.
     

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