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RGB Connection

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by DEO, Jul 2, 2002.

  1. DEO

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    Is there a big difference between RGB scart and normal cheap scart when connecting the Denon AVF 700 (RGB output) to a 6 year old Sony 29" trinitron?

    Instead of connecting DVD to TV direct and you use a 3 ways scart switching box will this definately degrade the signal and PQ?:confused:
     
  2. bob007

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    I would say there's a noticable difference, cheap scarts tend to be poorly sheilded.
    All depends on what quality the switch box is, you wouldn't connect a £50 scart to a £10 switch box.

    Where possible direct connections are always best, switch boxes and looping carries the risk of signals being degraded.

    Bob
     
  3. DEO

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    Bob 007

    Would the RGB scart give you better results even if it is an "older" T.V.

    Thanks

    DEO
     
  4. bob007

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    Even though the set is 6yrs old a decent scart should be an improvement over the cheaper scarts.

    If spending £40+ on the scart, connect directly unless the switch box is of the same quality to get the best results.


    Bob
     

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