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Composite and Scart adaptor

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by santan17, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. santan17

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    Unfortunatly my TV only has composite and Scart inputs, at the moment I am using a composite cable hooked up to a scart adaptor to connect my DVD player to it. My question is, would I get the picture improvement associated with a S video cable if I hooked it up to the Scart adaptor, or would I be wasting my time?


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  2. Nick_UK

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    As long as the scart socket on the TV was fully wired to accept s-video, yes you could do it, and you would see an improvement over composite video. You should also be able to connect via RGB if the scart sockets at both ends and the cable used were wired for RGB. I'm afraid a lot of this stuff is "suck it and see" unless the manual tells you.
     

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