sony kv32cs70 + davsb200 dvd cinema

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  1. alex.crombie

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    :suicide: i have just bought a sony kv32cs70 and sony davsb200 dvd home cinema system i have connected them with a scart cable but it does not show as rgb connection ? is there different types of scart cables (rgb and standard ?)
    is there a setting i can go into ? have tried reading the user manuals but they dont say anything about settings for this
     
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    Check your scart lead actually has all 21 pins present.

    Also, use the button on your remote above the number 3 to scroll through the AV inputs, it should display which one is the RGB.
     
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    have tried the button above 3 already but none of them come up as rgb ?
     
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    It should be the option after AV1.

    Section of manual here:
     

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    The KV32CS70 detects RGB automatically on either AV1 or AV2, provided that the equipment you are using has been set to output an RGB signal, and you are using an RGB capable SCART lead.

    Check the setup menu on your DVD home cinema system - there's almost certainly going to be an option to switch between Video, S-Video and RGB - the last one being the option you want.

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