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Using a DVD player with an old style TV

I have been given an old portable tv to use in my bedroom and want to use a dvd payer with it but the portable doesn't have a scart socket is there anyway around this?

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  • caro66 Mar 14, 2008

    many thanks will try that!

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If you only have the RF pin socket in you tv and wish to connect the dvd player to it.....

you could purchase a DVD-RF converter that converts the separate video-audio signals to RF that could be directly connected to the TV.

thankyou.,
johnychel

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