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How do i connect a dvd player with a 20 pin scart connection to the television what kind of cable do i need (20 pin scart cable to ? ) the television was bought in GOA INDIA

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You need a SCART to SVIDEO (or composite) + 2x RCA Audio cable, available from eBay or many AV providers. Sample: http://search.ebay.com/360338762039
You can wire your own. See clues at http://dbzt.freeforums.org/how-to-make-a-scart-cable-t342.html and http://pinouts.ru/VideoCables/scart_svhs_pinout.shtml
but you are better off buying a professionally made one.

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