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New Panny Needs Connection Help

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by edgar, Aug 29, 2004.

  1. edgar

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    I HAVE JUST BOUGHT A PANASONIC TH-37PE30 & DVD/VHS DMRE75V, I ALSO HAVE SKY+. I AM THINKING OF ADDING HOME CINEMA SYSTEM.
    BEING NEW TO ALL THIS, I AM CONFUSED WITH ALL THE CONECTIONS BETWEEN THESE BOXES. CAN ANYONE SPELL IT OUT FOR ME :confused: & TELL ME EXACTLEY WHAT CABLES I NEED BETWEEN WHAT & WHAT. ANY HELP WOULD BE REALLY GREAT, AS I AM A COMPLETE NOVICE
     
  2. Andy C

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    Until you get the home cinema kit...

    - Connect Sky+ TV out to SCART AV1 on the plasma.

    - Connect Sky+ VCR out to AV2 on the DMR-E75.

    - Connect the DMR-E75 via component cables to the plasma.

    - Connect AV1 on the DMR-E75 to SCART AV4 on the plasma. AV4 will handle the sound and widescreen switching when using component video.

    As for wiring up an amp etc. later on, I'll leave that for the experts to explain. :) The only advice I would give is make sure your amp has an adjustable sound delay incase of any lip sync issues.


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  3. edgar

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    THANKS ANDY, THATS HOW I HAVE CONNECTED IT ALL, EXCEPT FOR THE COMPONENT FROM DVD/VID TO PLASMA. WHY DO I NEED THIS CONNECTION? IS A SCART CONNECTION NOT GOOD ENOUGH. FORGIVE ME FOR BEING IGNORANT. BRIAN
     
  4. steveho

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    the component connection is better than the rgb scart


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