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Connecting a VCR to plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by rafaqat, Oct 27, 2004.

  1. rafaqat

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    Hi,
    I know I need to get a scart to composite cable to connect a VCR to my plasma. How do I get audio out of the VCR?
    Is there such a cable as scart to composite with audio cable attached?
    Is it one of those scart to 3 phono jobies?
    Any recomendations as my amp and other AV is going to be about a metre away from the plasma and this is the last lead I need to have the full connection set before i get the plasma installers in. :)

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    Raf
     
  2. Tony8377

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    A scart lead is fine for connecting the video to a scart board it's just that you can't use an RGB to VGA or Component Converter as the signal needs to be RGB which the video isn't. The scart board doesn't require an RGB signal.

    Also try one of these (2nd one down) if you have a free composite input or a AV Amp that does upconversion:

    http://www.lektropacks.co.uk/dept.asp?dept%5Fid=203
     

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