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Problems with the Scart on my Philips TV

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by qouz, Jan 5, 2003.

  1. qouz

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    Hello,

    I recently bought my self a dvd player which i connect to my Philips 32"8506 TV. The problem is when i use Scart1 when watching dvd films, i get the sound from a tv channel in the right speaker (i only hear this when the sound on the dvd film is low). This is quite annoying , and i wonder if it is a problem with my telly? Anyone observed a similar problem with their Philips TV?

    By the way, when i use Scart2 i dont get this problem, but he picture here is not as good as Scart 1 (haven't got a clue why...) so i prefer using scart1.

    Any comments anyone?

    qouz
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  2. Chris Muriel

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    Probably only SCART 1 is RGB-enabled ; thus when you use SCART 2 you will get (inferior) composite video (Cvbs).
    I would try a different SCART lead, preferably one with all I/O connections screened.
    You could use an RGB-only SCART if your audio goes to an amp from the DVD-player via other means. You could also cut (or temporarily remove) unused connections (which will cut down on possible paths for crosstalk).

    Chris Muriel, Manchester.
     

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