If I connect with s-video will I get picture only ??

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  1. Boozyuzi

    Boozyuzi
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    I have a Pioneer DV545 DVD player and Panasonic TX28PB50 TV and I am getting the green/red problems at the top when watching a DVD through RGB Scart.
    I am now going to connect with S-Video from the S-Video out on the DVD to AV2 Scart on the Panasonic using an IXOS cable with Scart at one end and S-Video at the other end.

    So what I need to know is will this be OK or will I need to run an audio lead from the DVD to the TV also ?
    Hopefully not as at the moment they are connected up to my amp.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. kevenh

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    I reckon you'll need to run seperate audio leads...

    (Sorry brief dinner ready ;) )
     
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    Yes, you will get no sound. You can buy a SCART to S-Video + stereo phono plugs but this will as you say tie up the stereo phono sockets on your DVD player. :(
     

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