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Jvc plasma monitor gmv42e can not get a picture just sond no scart so what do i do

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I have just been given one of these, it not a TV, it is a monitor, and so does not have a TV tuner or a scart (it was made for professional use).
You need to plug it in to a DVD player/Freeview/Sky box using alternative means to a scart lead. You can do this by using a scart to 3 BNC lead and plugging this in where it says 'Component/RGB B'. This carries the picture, but not the sound. To get the sound you will need to plug a twin phono lead into the red and white audio plugs.
Alternatively, you can use the 'Video in' yellow socket to connect to connect to a DVD etc. The guy did this in Maplin's and it seemed to work.
JVC professional were really helpful on the phone, ask for their technical department, they can also email you the manual.

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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