Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ham, Jan 16, 2002.
how do I connect my DVD to the video
Why would you want to do that?
Becauce I know someone that has a TV with know scart, yes tey are still around. So I was just worndering could it be done.
If you plug the DVD player output to the VCR input and the VCR to the TV, Macrovision kicks in and the picture becomes unwatchable.
You need a DVD player with Macrovision disabled.
If the TV has no scart how do you connect the Video? If you use RF then don't bother buying a DVD!
You can say that again, DaveP. I lived for three months in an apartment with a venerable ITT tv and was forced to route the DVD through the video and the RF cable. It stank royally.
I'm connecting via an RF modulator which is fine for now until I get a new TV.
The picture is generally fine except it jumps in scenes where there's a lot of bright white light, ie outdoor scenes on a really sunny day.
It does it regardless of DVD, so I'm wondering if it's my RF connector I'm using or is it the player.
Any info appreciated.
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