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Composite outputs - help!

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by matt janes, Nov 20, 2001.

  1. matt janes

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    I have a toshiba sd100E and am about to buy a Toshiba 50wh18b which has composite inputs. Excuse the ignorance but is my dvd player equiped with composite outputs since i know that the sd110e is. Please tell me I don't need to buy a new dvd player!! cheers for any advice...
     
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    all dvd players have composite outputs however it is the worst method of connecting a DVD player to a TV.

    The tv you mention has Component inputs (three RCA phono plugs). This is a high quality input. From memory your 100 DVD doesn't have component outputs and therefore the best way for you to connect the two together is to buy a fully wired Scart cable and set both the TV input and DVD output to RGB (in menus) and use Scart. This will give you the best picture.

    Hope this helps
     

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