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How to connect STB,Xbox & VRC please

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by yoghurt, Jan 17, 2003.

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  1. yoghurt

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    Hi

    Have just received a SONY KV28FX66 and need advice on connecting to:

    Pioneer On digi box
    Xbox
    Sony VHS with 2 SCARTS

    The TV has 3 scarts (1 is RGB) and S-VHS

    For my old TV I was using very cheap SCART leads.


    Also will I really notice the difference watching TV progs via the STB or just ditch it?

    Cheers and thanks in advance for any advice

    Yoghurt
     
  2. hornydragon

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    Well the 20 other channels might make a differnce!!!
    I suggest XBOX>Pioneer On digi box>RGB on TV
    Sony VHS with 2 SCARTS> TV
    Or if you want to record Digital
    Sony VHS with 1 SCARTS>Pioneer On digi box>RGB on TV
    Sony VHS with 1 SCARTS>TV
    XBOX>S-Video
    If the TV IS IDTV
    XBOX>RGB TV
    Pioneer On digi box>VHS>TV
    PS I replied cause I am bored but this is covered about 3 times a week, and the second time today i have covered such a topic, Please search in future unless you have a very specific Query:mad:
    HD
     
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    Blimey hornydragon, that was a bit harsh!

    Do you know whether your Digibox or VCR has RGB passthrough?
     
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    Sorry not meaning to insult but I'm trying to revise for an exam and i need a good excuse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELP ME I HATE C++:mad: :confused: :mad: :confused: :(
     
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    Many thanks for the repies.

    When I queried the Ondigi box I meant is the quality significantly better than normal
    channels re BBC1 etc. I am not that bothered about QVC etc!

    Cheers
     
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    I would say not if you get a spot on analogue picture if it grainy snowy the yes and some of the other channels are Q good,
     
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    Ok Cheers

    And good luck with the exams!!

    Yoghurt:p
     
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    And, Mr. Hornydragon, he must be a reasonable fellow, he doesn't watch the shopping channel!
     
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