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Thomson 27" LCD

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Damo121, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. Damo121

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    I am interesting in getting this LCD, but the downside it only has 1 scart. I am running DVD, NTL and VCR. Any advice would be appreciated.

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    Damo :)
     
  2. KarlD

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    I've got a different lcd screen but my VCR has only one scart.

    I hooked the vcr up to the "vcr" scart on the ntl box (the pace one at least) and can record from ntl to vcr. If I put the vcr into "video" mode or play a tape the ntl box outputs it to the tv.

    For my philips lcd the tv automatically switches from rgb (ntl) to composite (vcr).

    So you only need the one scart for ntl and vcr.

    Dont know about adding a dvd player as well? perhaps there's a s-video socket?
     

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