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Packard Bell TV100 connections

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by mrspoons, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. mrspoons

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    I've just picked one of these TV cards up and I'm looking to link sky (through a video sender with a scart socket) to it to start recording the footy.
    Any ideas on which scart - svideo adapter to use and how do I get sound from the scart into the pc?
     
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    Im not to sure about this but I think you might have to get the soldering iron out. I guess you will need a scart lead which breaks out into one phono for video and a 3.5mm stereo jack for sound.

    Does your video sender send s-video?
     
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    mrspoons, that adapter is the same one I use,
    Set the switch to "out" connect s-video from the adapter to the TV 100 and a phono to 3.5mm cable to the line in on the pc or phono to phono cable if using a separate amp.
     
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    cheers for the advice, I'll give it a go tonight
     

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