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Z2 & Rgb

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by WeirdFish, Dec 13, 2003.

  1. WeirdFish

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    Am I right in thinking I have to somehow feed the DVI socket on tha Z2 to use RGB.

    The reason I ask is I'm gonna try and connect my Gamecube to it and was happy to use S-vid as I can switch it between the sky & cube via my amp. I've just found out the UK cube hasn't got s-vid ouput only composite & RGB. I can get a RGB scart output lead for the cube but I'm not sure how to input to the Z2.

    Is this gonna be reasonably easy to achieve? Other wise I'll just sling a composite cable across to the PJ.
     
  2. markbro

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    You'll need scart to dvi, via vga. You can get the scart->vga cable from keene SBB92S £30 2m, then possible vga->vga, and then vga->dvi adaptor, possibly 45074. I should be getting my cables by Friday even at over £30 shipped!

    Kragorn, I spoke to IVOJO about those cables and there are not available at present.....

    Kragorn, where did your post go?:confused:
     
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    Thanks. I can see me going the composite route, at least until I know I'm gonna use it enough to warrant the outlay for whole scart/vga/dvi cabling.
     

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