Wall mounted LCD & Sky help

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by baldock33, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. baldock33

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    Sorry if this has been covered but can't find what I'm looking for anywhere!

    Basically am planning to wall mount two Samsung LE32R41B's (in separate rooms!) and get sky + & multiroom installed.

    Having a lot of building work done and ready to get as much cabling hidden in the walls as poss. I understand I can hide the boxes and get a magic eye to control the remote - but does this mean the boxes still have to be connected to the TV's via scart?? Or is there a better, easier-to-hide option?

    And any idea how helpful SKY will be in solving this? Not sure what cables, tvlinks etc i'll have to provide myself.

    Any ideas and advice greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Nick_UK

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    You could use s-video - it's slightly more manageable, but then you would need a sound feed too. Since scart carries other switching signals (like aspect ratio switching) and the sound, it's probably wise to stick to that. Just make sure you test the cables before embedding them in the wall :)
     

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