Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
If the VCR has a scart yes you can connect to a new LCD has most have at least one scart. If the VCR doesn't have a scart you should be able to to get a scart lead adapter that will allow you to connect whatever type of connections are on the back of the VCR. If the TV has only one scart and you are using it for a DVD, then I suggest you get one of these scart switching boxes, the one shown is from Amazon.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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