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RGB-VGA Input, or Scart on LG LCD?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by rorton, Dec 26, 2004.

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  1. rorton

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    Hi All

    New to the forum, but would like some info if possible.

    I have a 22 " LG LCD TV, and at present, i have NTL Digital Cable, and a DVD Player Connected to it.

    The NTL Is connected via a Scart to the only scart socket on the set, and the DVD is connected to the S-Video input.

    The TV does have a 15 pin input (PC Style) and the manual says this is an RGB-PC Input.

    Im wondering if i will get any better picture quality, connecting the Cable TV box to the RGB-PC input using the RGB /Scart output on the cable box, and then the DVD Player to the Scart input, rather than the S-Video, OR, does any one know of a 'Breakout Box' type thing (the type you see sold with the Plasmas) which has a single connection to the LCD (using the RGB-PC vga connector) and then plug in the Cable Box/DVD and any other stuff i may want to plug in?

    Any ideas or suggestions please?
     
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    Hi there, i would like some info about what your after if you get any!?

    Cheers
     
  3. rorton

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    hi, dont understand what your asking saying (sorry) what do you mean by 'info about what im after if i get any??' Get any what?
     

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