samsung sp50

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  1. croozer

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    i am buying a samsung sp50lh7x tomorrow and one thing has completely slipped my mind.i have a pace digi sky box that appears to only have scart sockets so how the heck do i connect it to the samsung?any info is welcome.
     
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    is the us panel different to the uk one because the us panel doesn't show any scart sockets at all.
     
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    The Samsung SP50L7HX has 3 scart sockets on the back and 2 of these are RGB enabled,so you wont have any problem ok :thumbsup:
     
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    thanks Sikenny,my next question should be easy for someone to answer.which texas chip will i have in the samsung sp50l7hx? i can't find that info on the samsung site.
     
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    Scarts, or sometimes called Euro Scarts, are specific to Europe only, the US prefer to use separate component inputs instead.
     

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