Panasonic Q link/Satellite/DVD

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Jonah, Jun 19, 2002.

  1. Jonah

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    What is the best way to connect a satellite receiver, vcr and dvd player?
    My TV has only 2 scart sockets with 1 being RGB.
    Will I still be able to record satellite while watching a dvd?

    Thanx
    Jonah
     
  2. Jarvo

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    As it's the best quality of the three connect the DVD to the RGB capable socket, using a good quality fully wired scart lead.

    The Satellite receiver should have two scart sockets, if it does connect one to the TV and the other to the video, the satellite will allow the video to play through it and you will be able to record while watching a DVD (set the satellite to output Composite not RGB).

    If the satellite receiver doesn't have two sockets and the video does, you can use the video in its place. If both have only one socket you're need to get some kind of scart switch try Lekropacks.co.uk.

    Hope this helps

    J

    If you want to up the quality of the satellite you could try an RGB to S-video converter
     
  3. DaveP

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    Does your DVD have two scarts or one?

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  4. Jonah

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    I haven't got a DVD yet. Which is best to go for, 1 or 2 scart sockets?
     

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