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To much equipment, too many wires arrrgghh!

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Feersum enjinn, Oct 13, 2002.

  1. Feersum enjinn

    Feersum enjinn
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    Okay i am wondering if there is a cheap option to handle all this ...


    Room 1 living room -

    Digital box - 1 x Scart and 1 x serial out option
    Video recorder - 1 x scart out option
    DvD player - 1 x scart and 1 x s-Vid out option
    Homechoice special TV box - 1 x scart out option
    Terrestial TV aerial

    All sources need to be fed out to three sources.

    The (1) TV and the (2) projector in the same room. I dont mind swapping over one cable between TV and Projector though.

    Then the second (3) TV in my bedroom.

    I want to do this fairly cheapily,


    My questions are :-

    (1) Will a Prov do this?
    (2) I need to change channels from my bedroom. Any advice on cheap/workable remote control/infa red signal transferers.


    Thanks in you can help!
     
  2. richard plumb

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    If you had a VCR/DVD with two SCARTs, it would help, as you could daisy-chain stuff.

    Still,

    If you have RGB only stuff, like your digital set top box, then the ProV and projector won't handle it. The new RGB-Svideo converter from John Sim also comes with a SCART pass through. This will allow you to get s-video out to a ProV/projector, while still allowing you to be connected to your TV.
     

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