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s-video convert to rgb

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by woodmaster, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. woodmaster

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    I currently have an S-video to scart running from my amp to tv, however the cable is under the floor, so is the cable itself the same as RGB there for can it be converted as im getting a new display that dose not have a scart that can be assigned to s-video. :confused:
     
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    Scart can carry composite, S-Video and/or RGB - but what your cable does is difficult to tell as it depends on the make and model.
    Anyhow, you can try it out once you get your new display. If it doesn't work you can then consider a converter.
     
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    Ive done some research and have come up with this. My cable is Ixos 110 wich it appears to have enough wires in its sheath and I would be greatfull if someone could confirm this wiring order. (scart) pin No.15red input/13red ground/11green input/9green ground/7blue input/5blue ground/18RGB blanking ground/16RGB blanking.

    So how did I do :smashin: :thumbsdow
     
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    Sounds about right though you also need the composite (which is used as Sync for RGB over scart). Should be no problem though.

    Excellent! :thumbsup:
     

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