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DVD to Tosh 32ZP48: S-video or RGB Scart??

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by DPLeeds, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. DPLeeds

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    Which is the better connection for picture quality s-video or rgb scart? Or are they about the same.

    Can do both so anyone any views?
     
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    Hi, In my opinion - RGB Scart. However, this tv can 'take' PAL/NTSC progressive component inputs which again in my opinion would be even better. if your dvd player can output these signals I would select them. Regards, yt.
     
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    are component inputs the leads with 3 multicoloured plugs all going to a seperate socket?

    My current dvd doesn't have them but i am thinking of replacing my old vcr with a dvd recorder - would that have that sort of input?
     
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    Hi, Component connections (Y,Pb,Pr) sometimes also called (Y,Cb,Cr) need a lead with 3 rca phono connectors at each end - obviously you connect 'like for like' at each end of your kit. When/if purchasing your DVD recorder make sure that it can PLAY progressive PAL. Also think about a DVD recorder/player that can output 5.1 digital audio via an optical/co-axial output connector as well. Your tv set will take this as an input and has an internal 5.1 dolby digital decoder inside it - that's why the tv set comes with 4 speakers to give you surround sound. Take your time when selecting your dvd recorder/player to get one with the facilities you need (I bought a Toshiba DVD player because I could control it from the TV remote). Regards, yt.
     

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