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Has philips VR765 composite video out on scart connector?

I want to record my tapes on a iMac with Elegato iTV Hybrd with L,R, composite video connections. I need to know if the VR765 has composite video output on the scart connector?

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  • tim_geraedts Jan 05, 2009

    Thanks for you swift response.
    I need to be sure, before I buy this connector if the VCR has a composite video output signal on pin 19 of the scart connector. Do you know?

  • tim_geraedts Jan 06, 2009

    Thanks a lot for your information!! I bought the connector and it works perfect.

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You will need to get this to make the scart a composite connection http://www.svideo.com/scart.html

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

  • jason Jan 05, 2009

    Pin Name Description Signal Level Impedance
    1 AOR Audio Out Right 0.5 V rms <1k ohm
    2 AIR Audio In Right 0.5 V rms >10k ohm
    3 AOL Audio Out Left + Mono 0.5 V rms <1k ohm
    4 AGND Audio Ground
    5 B GND RGB Blue Ground
    6 AIL Audio In Left + Mono 0.5 V rms >10k ohm
    7 B RGB Blue In 0.7 V 75 ohm
    8 SWTCH Audio/RGB switch / 16:9, slow switch (10-12v), to force tv to switch on a mode (depends of the tv(old), sometimes set tv to AUX)
    9 G GND RGB Green Ground
    10 CLKOUT Data 2: Clockpulse Out, used in the 80"s by old videotapes
    11 G RGB Green In 0.7 V 75 ohm
    12 DATA Data 1: Data Out (Unavailable ??)
    13 R GND RGB Red Ground
    14 DATAGND Data Ground, remote control, wired and used by old videotape recorders
    15 R RGB Red In / Chrominance 0.7 V (Chrom.: 0.3 V burst) 75 ohm
    16 BLNK Blanking Signal, fast switch (1-3v), to force tv to switch on a mode (depends of the tv(recent), sometimes set tv to AUX) 1-3 V=RGB, 0-0.4 V=Composite 75 ohm
    17 VGND Composite Video Ground
    18 BLNKGND Blanking Signal Ground - ground for slow or fast switch (ground for pin 8 or 16)
    19 VOUT Composite Video Out 1 V 75 ohm
    20 VIN Composite Video In / Luminance 1 V 75 ohm
    21 SHIELD Ground/Shield (Chassis)
    hope this is a fixya!

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Why buy a SetTop Box to convert to an old VHS Tape when you can buy a Digital Recorder for probably the same price.
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This was my original reply until I saw the light.

So, Hopefully one of these will answer your queerie.

A digital TV picks up the new Digital Transmission and stores it in memory, then supplies the high definition to the input of your TV.
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