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Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Clarkey, Mar 4, 2002.

  1. Clarkey

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    I have a TV without an SVideo in connector. But ive seen SCART adaptor thingies that have svideo in on them, also the techtronics site says that you can send svideo to a TV through SCART. So would my TV be able to display the output from my radeons Svideo output via one of thse SCART connectors (the standard one only has composite video in to the TV)?
     
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    Yes..... But :D

    The Scart socket has to be able to handle S-Video. Most new TVs do, Just have a look in your manual - should tell you in there.

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    i think i chucked the book tbh :(. Oh well ill nick one of the scart socket things from school tommorrow and fire up the svideo out and try it.
     
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    My tv has one scart that supports svideo, but you have to use a screwdriver to turn a screw type switch through 90 degrees first. Yours may have something similar.
    Gav.
     

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