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Scart Cable for RGB Input to TV

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Gav_2000, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. Gav_2000

    Gav_2000
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    Is there any need for all 21 pins of a scart cable to be connected if I am using an RGB scart input on my TV (from a Pace Twin Freeview box)? If all 21 pins are not needed for this link could possible interference be eliminated by having a scart cable with a reduced number of active pins for RGB links only? Do such cables exist? I'd be interested to know what people think???

    PS - I'd want the audio to go down the scart cable to but wouldn't need any composite links.
     
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    RGB only Scarts do exist to reduce interference but these do not carry audio signals.

    Richie.
     

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