We are going back about three years here; I own a Sony DAV-S500 compact AV system and a Sony KD-32DX100U integrated digital television. Until today they were connected (including a Sony VHS) as they were by the nice men from the Sony shop in Exeter when I bought them. Today, we had a new carpet fitted (and had to remove them from the room) AND I decided to remove the VHS from the setup as well, so it's back to a new start on the connection side of things. Okay, so it works OK but the only thing that seems to be taking picture and audio from the DVD to the set is one single cable that ends in a scart at the TV with only a few pins. SO, how I am going to get quality sound and video from a DVD when there is only one phono plug to scart cable (yellow)? There is a red and white set of twin phonos that run from the TV to the DAV-S500, but these seem to be just carrying L and R sound to the S500 from the TV (to reproduce sound through the S500's amp). To cut a long story short, and bearing in mind the connections on both (as the S500 has no scart outlets) does anyone know how these two items should be connected please? It should be the easiest thing in the world but the manual makes no sense at all, especially as the TV one recommends connecting DVD players with a scart and yet the S500 (bought with it!!) has no scart! Any help at all welcome, it's driving me (and therefore also my wife) nuts !! I simply want to make sure that when I play a DVD (film) I get the best possible sound and video via the TV and S500.