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RF TO VIDEO

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by GRAHAME, Aug 28, 2001.

  1. GRAHAME

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    Hi All

    Help needed agn ???

    Thinking of sending the ariel lead (RF via coax cable)into the Sony strd940 amp (usual phone plug input for left/right/video) in order to get the most out of the sound - do we need a modulator of some kind ?? if so any suggestions please ??
     
  2. Reiner

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    Why not take the stereo put from your TV or VCR?

    Else you could try electronic stores, de/modulators for that purpose are not that expensive. Try also <a href="http://www.conrad.co.uk" target="_blank">www.conrad.co.uk</a>
     
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    The thing you need is a TV receiver. Standalone TV receivers are rare and consequently expensive. Fortunately, all VCRs have one built in, so this is the most cost-effective way of getting one. Either use your existing VCR or buy a new one. Make sure it has NICAM stereo.

    Or, take the audio outputs from your TV - again, ensuring it is NICAM.

    Or, get a digital Set Top Box (Sky or ITV Digital) and feed the audio out from there into your amp.

    Also, be aware that, if you are taking the RF output from a VCR, these NEVER carry the NICAM signal for the VCR signal ie are always in mono.
     

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