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newbie cabling for TV...

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Simon James, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. Simon James

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    Hi folks, bit of a newbie question but hope someone can help.
    I will be buying a Plasma or LCD in the near future and am currently decorating the room it will hang on the wall in. I want to do the cabling now and bury it in the wall ready to take the TV unit.
    I want to have just a DVD player and AV amp....so what are the minimum connections I will need? I presume two scarts? One for the DVD, one for the receiver if it is not built into the plasma/LCD? If the receiver IS built into the unit can I get away with one scart, an then does the aerial lead then need to be connected directly to the TV unit? The scarts will be about 15 metres, is that too long, and if so, will I then have to use component cables?
    Sorry for all the questions but hope someone can help...thanks :)
    Simon J.
     
  2. Simon James

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    Ah, I think I need an RGB ONLY scart.......
     

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