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component and audio to scart ?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by karkus30, May 8, 2005.

  1. karkus30

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    I know there have been several answers to this question, but most just point at web sites and pages.

    I have a Phillips 626 player from HK with component output (prog and none prog) and phono/audio outs, my TV has Scarts only. I need a plug and socket phono/component to scart lead thats reasonably cheap (its my second system so as long as the quality is reasonable thats fine). Can you point me to a lead and a website that I can buy it from, makes things easy .

    Cheers.
     
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    if you are sure your TV can accept component on scart then you can use a 5 RCA>Scart cable (rare but do exist QED make one and cheaper are available) if TV cant accept YUV/YPbPr via scart then you are limited to S-video or composite dont confuse component YUV/YPbPr with RGB+Sync that is used in scart (RGBcvS)
     
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    Cheers for that.

    Im not sure what it can support, its a Philips 28pw6006 /2005 and I have tried the Philips site to no avail, as I have a problem with downloading pdf files unless I can do a 'save as' and then view the file manually.

    TBH s-video or composite would probably be fine, it would just be nice to use the component if possible. I can connect phono leads (composite and stereo audio) into the side of the TV (camera connections) but it looks untidy.
     
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