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TV connection to hd 20


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I have just bought one of these pj's but I can't get it to display the virgin tv.
I have connected it using one of those scart plugs with composite adapters and a phono cable to the yellow video on the pj, I have tried two of these and a couple of different phono cables but all I get is no signal.
What is the best way to get tv through the pj?
I have a Panasonic g20 which I think has one hdmi v1.4. Would that show what is on the tv on the pj if I use a compatible hdmi cable. I also tried connecting from the av 2 scart on the tv but still no picture.
A Quick solution would be great as I am trying to get it sorted for the game tomorrow.

The scart adapters are from an old and a new x box.

Thanks Andy


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I have tried both and get the same no signal
I have a feeling it might be the scart adapters that are wired in only.
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try this:

to get the yellow composite to work connect up the red and white audio from the adapter to a receiver first and switch on the audio.;)


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Cheers Custard. I will give that a try tomorrow, I've just put it away as I had it set up on a table to try it out.
I must say it is very good, even the wife commented and she has been anti pj since sevenoaks gave us a demo of a very expensive one about five years ago.


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Good news.
I got it sorted


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Not too sure. I ended up getting a new scart adapter with an in and out switch and then did as Custard said and all was well.
It's the hdmi that I need to try and sort now. I stream quite a lot of stuff to the tv so if the hdmi works I will be very happy.

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