Video to AE100 How?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Walter mitty, Sep 30, 2002.

  1. Walter mitty

    Walter mitty
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    I have a ferguson stereo video but unfortunately it wont send a pic to my TV Via anything other than it`s scart.

    Any body got any ideas on how I can connect it to my PJ and if it`s possible to get a lead that will split the signal from Video to TV and PJ.

    I was thinking about a Scart to composite, do these work OK?

    I dont bother with my video these days however I have hundreads of movies I`ve never even watched and now I have a PJ it seems a good idea to watch them all now.

    I do realise that the picture quality wont be up to much, but at leaste I`ll be able to watch them on the Big screen, and it`s only for the naff stuff.

    I use the Pro v and obviously the Svid socket is used up, like I said earlier the only way to get the pic out of the video is through it`s scart lead, I`ve tried the RF out to no avail,

    Thanks Lads
     
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    Hi Walter,

    Yeah a scart-3 phono for composite video and audio to your proV, a suprisingly good picture after the proV has done its stuff. Just make sure that the signal is wired out of the scart.
     
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    Thank you very much for that,
    I have never thought of useing my video untill now. Thats it , minds made up.

    thanks again
     

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