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connecting tv , dvd , vid ,and sky

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by HOWARD170, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. HOWARD170

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    my tv has 2 x scarts , my vid has 2x scarts my sky box has 2 x scarts and my dvd has 1 x scart . how do i connect these together ?:lesson: :lesson: PLEASE TELL ME !!!!!!
     
  2. DJWillis

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    Howard,

    As a starting point list the makes and models.

    Scart is just a connection and can carry loads of diffrent signals.
    If you let people know the models we can advise on the wireing to get the best overall quality onto your TV.
     
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    MY TV IS PHILLPS 32PW6506,PHILLIPS DVD 733 PHILLIPS VIDEO VR530 AND AMSTRAD SKY DIGITAL BOX

    Moving to General Hardware.
     
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    RGB>>SKY>>DVD
    AV2>>VHSTHis menas you cant record sky in RGB but if you set the RF out of the sky box to the VHS you can record sky on the VHS, you cannot do this and watch a DVD though to do that you need a Quattro
     

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