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Connectors and cables for set-up?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Flanners, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. Flanners

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    Hi

    Need some advice on what cables I need. Have never used component before.

    Have a Yamaha 640SE AV amp with all component connections on it. To connect to

    Projector (Panny 500, Z2 or TX100 not yet decided)

    Video Recorder

    and Sony 930 DVD player

    What do I need to get, to wire it all up via my amp?

    Cheers (any links to cheap but good cable retailers welcomed)
     
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    Go to keene electronics (www.keene.co.uk) They will custom make the cables you need to the length you require using the connections you like. Its probably best to give em a ring as they are quite helpfull with advice. Ive had several custom cables off them and have always been very pleased with the quality and service. 1.)You will need component vid 3RCA to go from your DVD to amp 2.)You will need component vid to go from amp to proj 3.) You will need coax digital RCA from DVD to amp for audio 4.) You will need composite single RCA to go from VCR to amp for vid 5.) You will need stereo RCA to go from VCR to amp for audio 6.) You will need composite vid single RCA from amp to proj to watch the VCR unless your amp upconverts video to component.
     
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    Pheww! Will give 'em a bell. Thanks for the advice.
     

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