Scart Adaptor For Home Cinema System

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  1. gary_dunbar

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    Hi All,

    I have a JVC Home Cinema System: JVC TH-A35R Heres a link to a reviw of it:

    http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/displayreview.php?reviewid=3235

    Anyway at the back there is only 1 Scart Connection and an optical digital connection. I use the scart connection to connect my Tv to the System and the digital optical cable to connect My NTL Digital box. If I want to connect my playstation2 I just swap the digital cable but it would be handy If I Could just have everything connected at once is there a scart connector I could buy to give me an extra scart connection for the playstation or an optical digital adaptor to give me an exta digital connection?

    Thanks,
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  2. rEVILospud

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    thanks for that
     
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    How DO you do that link, by using the word 'these' !!?

    A mystified Sandy.
     
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    When posting click the link icon, paste the link into the box that appears, then press enter, the box will disappear and there will be a load of highlighted text in the post (this is what will be displayed in the post) just type what you want it to be and it will replace it. When you've done that, move your cursor to the end of all the text and continue your post as normal.

    Have a play about with it and use the preview post button to make sure it comes out right.
     
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    Nice one, that's clocked for future reference, Cheers.:smashin:
     

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