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TV Connectin Advice

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ryp11

Guest
Quick question guys.

Just bought a 360 which came with the component cables. I have a Panny widescreen tv, not HD tho. I've connected the 2 audio cables to my amp & the yellow video, via the scart connector, to my tv. The picture is not that good really. Can i use the other video cables that are attached or do i need to but a better cable to use?

Thanks
 
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ryp11

Guest
Thanks mate. I did have a look in there but it seemed like everyone had a HD TV or plasma & such. I'll have another look.
 

C225

Distinguished Member
for a nonHD tv the best connection will be the RGB scart lead
 

Dave

Distinguished Member
C225 said:
for a nonHD tv the best connection will be the RGB scart lead

That depends on what TV you have. My panny isn't HD and both component and vga are far superior to scart.

If your TV has component or VGA use that, if not then you can't beat RGB scart.:smashin:
 

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