Newbie projector help

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by gunners, May 27, 2002.

  1. gunners

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    Hi, At work we have NEC LCD projector Mulitisync MT830/1030, which has s-video input. We want to watch the worldcup on it using tv or video as the source which are both sony. Have borrowed my s-video to scart lead which i use for dvd player from home.


    1. Is possible to link the two or three together to get a tv picture on the projector
    2. Is this cable ok or do i need a different one.
    3. How would i go about it seting it up....

    Thanks For any help.
     
  2. gizlaroc

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    ok

    you only need the video , use it as a tuner.

    firstly is it an s-vhs video ???
    being sony i doubt it.and your lead probably goes from s to scart anyway.

    so you will have to take the feed out as composite, if it has a composite out great, just take that to the video in on the projector and choose VIDEO in the projector settings under source.

    if not you will need to get a scart to phono, and do the above but with scart to phono.

    what are you going to do about sound ??
    can somone bring an amp and a pair of speakers in to work ???
    and run the audio outs from the scart to the amp.


    easiest way ;)
     
  3. gunners

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    Thanks for your help dude, iam not worried about the sound as it will be very low :( as there still will be people working.

    Once again Cheers for your help
     

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