Question about Televison & Video
My daughter has just bought herself a Digital TV (wharfedale) and Ihave been trying to connect it up for her. It is complex because shehas a conventional video recorder (VHS tape), a DVD player and a SonyPlaystation. It is further complicated by the TV only having one SCARTsocket.
What I have so far is
Aerial lead into video and then out to TV.
Scart lead from DVD player to TV
I tried scart from DVD to video and then video to TV, but it seemedconfused with this & DVD seems to be only one it plays.
Itried to connect the playstation via a special switch into the aeriallead, but the TV doesn't seem to tune to it. THe TV also works onfrequency, not channels, so I have no idea what frequency to tune itto.
The TV also has S-Video, VGA, HDMI and YPbPr inputs and I wondered if one of these might work with the Playsation.
Sorry for complicated question & I hope someone has some suggestions. Many thanks in advance
I would suggest using antenna(aerial connector) into vcr and out to tv. This will allow you to watch vcr on ch. 3 or 4. Then hookup dvd or game system to component input which is ypbpr . However my personal opinion is that regular audio/video cables purchased at a hardware store for 10 bucks will work about as well as a 100 dollar set of gaming cables. Then use the remaining s-video input for whatever is left. Making sure to use a set of a/v cables for sound along with it. After all is in place, simply change tv input to the source you'd like to use. Hope this helps, Russmann.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
for PS2 /3 please use the YPbPr inputs. Here is the link for the cable: http://www.sourcingmap.com/4in1-component-ypbpr-video-cable-for-ps23-wii-xbox360-p-10240.html
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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