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JS RGB-Component or scart-component

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by lee_car, Aug 14, 2005.

  1. lee_car

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    what would be the difference in using a js rgb-component to using a scart - component lead apart from 120quid, if i buy the js i need to buy another set of components so im looking at around £190 in total or i can just get a scart-componet lead for about 20-40
    it will be coming from my pace twin tuner
    cheers lee
     
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    lee-car

    Your Digibox Outputs either RGB or Composite video via its SCART socket.

    There are a few (a very few) Freeview boxes that can Output YUV via SCART.

    If you have an RGB SCART source and a YUV Input on your TV/Display/Projector you require active conversion from RGB to YUV (the JS Technology RGB2YUV converter) - simply installing a cable with a SCART socket at one end and 3 RCA connectors on the other end will not work unless your Source is YUV enabled via SCART.

    Best regards

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    thanks joe ill see if i can find a second hand one
     

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