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Wharfedale dvdr24hd160 Could you please send me information on were to put the scarts etc to connect up these units together. 1. satalite 2 video 3.dvdr recorder 4.dvd surrond sound system Thanking You M.Bayston

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    Can anyone tell me how to connect the tv,dvdr and virgin tv so that we can record from virgin tv only get sound no picture through.

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Have you try a multy scarts socket , available in many stores , argos , currys, dixson ?

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