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Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by JIMMY, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. JIMMY

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    hi can any one help want 2 connect up my game cube
    2 my plasma
    ive got a js rgb 2 vga box at the mo
    getting a quantro box friday from av sales
    was going 2 buy a rgb scart for my cube and ps2
    but would i need a scart with phono leads on it for sound
    havnt seen them for the cube also my rgb scart has 2 handle 60 herts
    for import games via freeloader :confused:
    im lost
    jim
     
  2. stevelup

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    Hi

    The JS box has two phono connectors for audio out so you wouldn't need anything else.

    Steve
     
  3. Laura

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    The 60Hz issue shouldn't affect you, as far as i'm aware the RGB2Vga box works irrespective of the input signal as all its doing is splitting the sync signal and possible some voltage level adjustment.

    The Quintro box has two RCA (phono) connectors on it that carry the stereo audio for which ever input is currently selected, so you won't need a Scart lead with seperate sound, you just need a stereo phono lead - which you're bound to have lying around as a cheap and cheerful one usually come with amp's , CD players etc.

    I'm running a fairly similiar setup with the Quintro going to an scaler and the audio outputs going to an input on my amp, and happily run my GameCube, PS2 and XBox in this manner.

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    Steve beat me to it.
     
  4. PioRow

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    Get the vga cable for the GameCube, you can buy one from lik san. Then run the sound via a composite cable from the other analogue output on the gamecube.
     
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    thanks lads ill pick up the cable ltr
    jim
     

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