Need help - component input/output - DAV-s550

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Marko_J, Sep 17, 2002.

  1. Marko_J

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    Hi!

    I went through the threads but I'm so new at this that I dont understand many things here :blush:

    so I have only one question - which TV's have component input and if I buy sony's DAV-s550 or DAV-s880 with prog-scan and component output can I hook it up with sony's tv kv-32fx66?

    Is it a big problem if i hook it up through a component/scart converter? will it ruin the picture or...?

    thanx in advance. hope to here frome someone soon
     
  2. Marko_J

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    Sory for this bump, but since I''m here allready I should post all my questions at once:)

    I need some instructions about how to hook up all the equipement through DAV-s550/880. I'll have digital satelite reciver, VCR and Tv (ofcourse), and I'm wondering if I can hook up digital reciver and vcr with dav so I can listen to the satelite radio and sond from satelite programs and vcr over the dav's speakers?
     
  3. poggs

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    Only toshiba tv's and most makes of plasma take component at the moment
     
  4. Marko_J

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    thanx

    now, do you know if the comp./scart converter will ruin the signal from the dvd?
     
  5. poggs

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    The only component scart converter costs in the region of £140. Why not just use a quality scart lead. you are unlikely to notice the difference if you use a RGB scart socket.
     
  6. Marko_J

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    thanx, this is a big help for me :)
     

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