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SKY UPSTAIRS with RGB!

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by JiMbOb_74, Jun 19, 2004.

  1. JiMbOb_74

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    I am trying to get my sky+ wired up to another tv in my bedroom. It already feeds my 42" pana plasma downstairs.

    I have run a cable up to the bedroom where i have a remote eye for controlling the channels. I want to know how I can connect the rgb from the sky+ to my sony 24" w/screen CRT. when I connect a composite signal the picture on the plasma gets darker. I presume this is because the signal is shared... What cables do i need for the rgb to be passed and also will i need some sort of signal amp.

    Thanks for any help

    James
     
  2. Starburst

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    It may be very difficult to take RGB from SKY and feed two seperate displays, there are splitters on the market but they don't come cheap.
    Have you considered using s-video and the phono output for the CRT while keeping the RGB a the source for the plasma?

    Try the Plasma forum, I'm sure this problem has been seen before and maybe solved:)
     

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