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TV / PS2 / DVD Connections

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Steve22, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. Steve22

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    Hi,

    Im looking at buying a Panasonic TX28DTX10C IDTV in the immediate future but it only comes with 1 RGB Scart connection and one scart AV in/out.

    Now this means nothing to me ( :rolleyes: , but I want to connect my PS2 and DVD player to the TV - nothing else. Is this one RGB scart situation going to hinder me at all? What is the norm?

    What ports do I need to use to connect these items to achieve the best quality?

    Thanks for your help :thumbsup:
     
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    If your DVD player has two scart sockets you could plug the PS2 into the DVD's input scart (probably labelled AV2) and then connect the DVD's AV1 to the TV's RGB-enabled scart (probably labelled AV1). If the DVD only has one scart socket, you'll need to get a scart switching box - I use a fully-automated JS Technology Master Scart Controller, which costs about £50, but there are cheaper manual switching boxes around.
     

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