composite or standard Scart

number_3

Active Member
I've read through many posts today about RBG scart, composite,component
etc...connections, and need putting right.

My TV has only one RBG scart socket, one standard scart, one S-vid, and one
composite.

My question is this, we watch more Sky than DVD's, so have that connected
to the RBG on the TV, should i use the standard scart for DVD or composite.

Mark.
 

AnthonyG

Distinguished Member
I believe the standard scart only gives a composite picture therefore both would be equal.

If I am wrong on this someone please correct me.
 

hornydragon

Distinguished Member
why not connect DVD player to sky box and use the passthrough or RGB from dVD via Sky box to TV to get RGB from both.... (this only works wth in standby other wise S-video for DVD is the way to go)
 

number_3

Active Member
why not connect DVD player to sky box and use the passthrough or RGB from dVD via Sky box to TV to get RGB from both.... (this only works wth in standby other wise S-video for DVD is the way to go)

When you say standby, do you mean ill only get a picture from the DVD
player if i turn sky off.?
 

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