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rgb connectivity?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by babyG, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. babyG

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    Hiya

    As a newby but not a thicky:)

    just got a toshiba mt200 and want to connect to it

    1. sky digibox
    2. dvd
    3. video

    All work great thru composit cable one at a time using breakout from scart


    My question is this----



    I am buying an auto scart switchbox which will merge the 3 into one. If instead of using a composit breakout cable, I use a componant breakout cable, will that work. (or RGB breakout - are RGB & componant the same?)

    If not are there any other options?

    I have both componant & s-video inputs on the projecter



    Also,

    if your interested, just bought an LCD wall mount from B&Q for £40

    It will work for a ceiling mount just by simply making a square metal fixing plate to the projecter. It will sit off the ceiling approx. 3" and will ajdust/tilt all directions:)

    Anyone interested, I will post model number
     
  2. PJTX100

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    Now *that* is a good idea! My home made jobbie is fine for now but I may want to improve it in the future, yes model no please. :thumbsup: ...PJ
     
  3. babyG

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    I am at work right now --- will look tonight:)
     

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