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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ham, Jan 16, 2002.

  1. ham

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    how do I connect my DVD to the video
     
  2. Grubert

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    Why would you want to do that?
     
  3. ham

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    If the TV has no scart how do you connect the Video? If you use RF then don't bother buying a DVD!

    DaveP
     
  6. Grubert

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    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.
     
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    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.

    Gary
     

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