Tosh 220 output RGB via Scart, is it possible ?

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  1. Ian Roberts

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    I have a Tosh DVD & am trying to output in RGB via Scart. I have a fully wired SCART and have set the DVD output to RGB & the input is RGB compliant. I get a darker screen with thick vertical shadows in the form of bars moving from left to right. Any ideas ?
     
  2. lespaton

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    "Is it possible ?".....yes it is. Works for me, Tosh 220 via IXOS scart into Phillips 32PW9617. Picture is terrific. Sorry, I have no idea why it does not work for you.
     
  3. DaveP

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    What make and model TV is it? Not a Sony by any chance?

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  4. Ian Roberts

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    The TV is a Philips 28pw5407c, works great in S-video.
     
  5. mandlebrot

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    Works fine for me on a Panasonic PG30. Are you sure the socket you are using on the TV is RGB/S-video and not just S-video. You could try using a differn't socket on the TV providing its got any more. It could be worth trying.

    Have you tried using say a digital sky/cable box on the same TV scart socket and setting them to RGB just to test the socket. I ask because even it if the scart socket is supposed to be RGB it could have a fault, on my first widescreen the socket worked fine in S-video and composite but went green when I tried using RGB and it turned out to be faulty TV scart.
     

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