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Hello, could you please help me, I have a large sony tv with two scart sockets, an orian double vcr with two scart sockets, a grundig sky box with two scart sockets, and a logix dvd with one scart socket, can you please tell me how to connect them all together. many thanks reg marsh.

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Hi here it is
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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, to be more detailed, pls post back the exact model numbers of the Sony TV, the Orian double VCR, the Grundig Sky Box and the Logix DVD. Offhand, perhaps you can try:

  • SCART out of Grundig to SCART IN of Orian Double VCR, SCART OUT of Orian Double VCR to SCART1 IN of Sony TV;
  • SCART OUT of Logix DVD to SCART2 IN of Sony TV;
  • this would allow you to record programs as recieve by the Sky Box.
Check and perform preliminary visual or necessary inspection. Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Http://www.funai-corp.com/support/setup.aspx?prod=dvd2tv2vcr
click the link above and follow the step by step instructions

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U can connect dvd and grundng sky box output to tvs input.
checlk all code.and then coonnect .

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U need a lot of cabbles or spliters easier is to use Scart Spliters in TV Then U can Connect all them there

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You can buy a spliter on ebay or at radioshack can have them should be relently inexpensive if you search on ebay

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