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Video output from tv to recorder

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I have a philips 37inch hi-def lcd tv, can I output the video from the tv to a dvd recorder without using the antenna connection. There are scart connectors on tv but I don't think they output video, or do they?

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You can buy Scart connectors that work either solely as an out put, where you can buy some that are solely an input, look for the type of Scrat with a small switch on it, normally means that it is input/output switchable, it may also depend on the tv's scart plug. if the tv says out put or input then you may encounter a problem.

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