Connecting Sky Digital for Best Quality

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Derek, Jun 5, 2001.

  1. Derek

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    Hi

    I have a Panny TX 28PK3 that has 2 scarts. Connected to these I have a Panny SA HT80 DVD Home Cinema System and a Panny ND-HD100D Video Recorder. I'm about to take delivery of a Panny Sky Digital Receiver, How do I connect it so I can use all 3 and get the best quality as I have no spare scarts? I know I'm probably being dim, but please help.

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    Derek

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    Derek

    What I used to do was to connect the video scart to the Sky box and then connect Sky via a scart to the tv. This means that you can also record via scart from the Sky box. I also fed the aerial lead from Sky to the video so that I can record normal channels and another aerial lead from Sky directly to the tv to get the best picture. The only downside that I found was that if you run an aerial from the video round the house then the video will take over from sky when you play it. The only way to win on this one is to temporarily plug the video directly in to the tv.

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    Thanks Steve

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