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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by newcomer, Nov 6, 2004.

  1. newcomer

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    :lesson: Could anyone advise the best way to connect the following equipment

    I have a 42" Panasonic plasma TV TH-42pa20 with the following connections

    3 scarts (2rgb), component video, s_video input, composite video input, stereo audio input, stereo audio output.

    I will be using SKY+ which has 1 scart vcr,one tv, S-video, optical audio out,
    rs232, audio out L/R, areial in, rf out 1. rf out 2

    And awaiting my DENON DHTSD to arive with the following connections.

    SURROUND RECEIVER
    Audio terminals
    input:4 sets of analog,2sets of optical digitall
    output:2sets analog,1set of optical digital,pre outputs for subwoofer and surround back l/r
     
  2. hornydragon

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    SKY+ to RGB scart AV1 IIRC and optical to denon do you ahve a DVD ??? IF so connect via component to AV4 if you have no DVD i suggset you buy a panny DMR-E55 DVD reocrder and connect to AV4 via component and scart Odd but works well
     
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    ah PA20 i thought it was PA30...... use component for DVD and Scart for SKY+ but try S-video from sky+ you may prefer it as PA20 doesnt handle RGB very well
     

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