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Widescreen TVs supporting component video in?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by richdutton, Apr 19, 2002.

  1. richdutton

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    Hi,

    I'm moving back from the US equipped with a DVD player that outputs component video. Which, if any, UK widescreen TVs accept this?

    Thanks,

    Rich
     
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    richdutton,
    Toshiba and Loewe televisions, mostly.
     
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    not sure about the LOEWE... you can select a componenet select in the AV socket menu's but you'll probably neet to have a phono to SCART lead from DVD to TV
     
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    Thanks guys.

    Does anyone know if any of the Panasonic Taus, in particular, have these inputs?

    Rich
     
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    richdutton,
    Steve1138 is correct, you will need an rca to scart lead for Loewe televisions, but there is no problem with component input.
    There are no Panasonic Tau televisions with component inputs, rca or scart. Panasonic Plasmas and LCDs have, though.
     

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