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Help, cable question

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by spe@rmint, Nov 26, 2001.

  1. spe@rmint

    spe@rmint
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    I have a cable with a yellow connector and white connector, I think one is video and one is audio. Not very up on all this. What type of cable is this? My TV however does not have this connection, it only has 2 scarts. Can u get an adaptor to attach this cable to my tv?

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    Normally, on phono type plugs, yellow is a composite video connector while the white and red phono connectors carry sound. Not sure why you only have only a white and not a red one though.

    What are you trying to connect to the tv? DVD, Camcorder?

    You should be able to buy a 3 phono to Scart lead from Maplin, Argos or a local hifi store.

    Good luck

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