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Old Panasonic AV Plugs

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by wulf, Jan 16, 2005.

  1. wulf

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    Hi,

    Im new to this, hope i posted in the right forums.... Anyway, i have had this problem ever since i got the god damn tv off my grandparents. The AV inputs on it are a bit weird, the audio is a normal white hole av thing, but the place where the Yellow cords meant to go (video cord). Seems to be a plastic white thing with a tiny hole in the middle, thats for the input and output of the video. Thus making my playstation 2 useless.....any help on how to fix this, a connector or at least a name of the connection...or a home made remedy for it would be very usefull!!!.

    Thanks heaps

    Josh
     
  2. Nick_UK

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    Maybe if you told us what model/vintage the TV is, we might have something to go on.
     
  3. wulf

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    Its a Panasonic Color TV | Model - CN218RVQ
     
  4. Greg Hook

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    I'm guessing you are from USA, but can't find anything on the net for that model number, how old is the TV?

    Is the plug you describe not the aerial socket?
     
  5. wulf

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    well its a old tv im guessing but its got S-Video if that means anything... and its the Video AV holes, NOT the antena/aerial.
     
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    I can find a few references to the TV on Google, but none give much information. The only suggestion I have is to take a photo of the socket and post it here, and maybe someone might recognise it.
     
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    as it's got an s-video connection, why not get a PS2 s-video cable, it will give you much better picture than normal composite
     
  8. wulf

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    Well...i dont think they have them in New Zealand
     
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    Dont worry, i just bought one on a auction site. Thank you very much for the help, i only hope that the S-Video WORKS! hehe.

    Regards

    Josh
     
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    Hi,

    Doesn't matter i bought a cord for $10.00 NZD hehe, cheap i know =DDD. Uhh do you know where there is a comparison of the S-Video and RCA cables?

    Josh
     
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