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PS2 to PW7 through PIONEER C402

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Paulo88, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. Paulo88

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    Hi all,
    Does anyone know if a PS2 would look better through the scart socket at the back of the PIONEER C402 or via composite at the front ? :confused:

    I know you can select RGB output in the PS2's menu system, does this mean it would have to use a SCART socket.
     
  2. tamthetim

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    scart will always be better than composite..........................component even better.

    cheers,tam
     
  3. Paulo88

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    Cheers Tam
    Look like I'm off down the shop tomorrow then !
     
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    Maplin do i got one from Maplins...........£12 so that will be £11.50 to paul....make sure it is the proper RGB cable tho (are you using the scart card on plasma?)
     
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    Paulo............................won't be coming into your shop for advice :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Cheers, Tam
     
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    Hey ! We only sell the stuff, were not all technicians etc. Infact as the manager all I need to know is that some one in my store can answer your questions. That doesn't mean I have to know all the answers aswell.

    Although......... I can see the funny side ! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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    Yes, I am !
     
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    so did you a cable then paul? how does it look?
     
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    Not got one yet !
    I want to make sure that it is RGB. The ones we do don't say anything about it. Besides at £4.99 its not very likely :rotfl:
     
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    I think any scart carries RGB.....................................as long as the source outputs it...........someone correct me if i'm wrong.

    Can't you ask someone at Maplins :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Cheers,Tam
     
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    It needs to be fully wired, some Scarts only have a few of the pins whereas fully wired scart needs all the pins in it. I think you'll find most scarts are now fully wired.

    G
     
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    console leads are a different kettle of fish i got an RGB one from Maplins at £12 so £4.99 unlikely.......but game etc sell them for £10
     

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