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Scart Input how do I turn off scart input?

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  • JLuc71 Sep 19, 2008

    connected, the projector says "to connect PC turn off 'scart input'"...
    on Mitsubishi XL9U.


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How do I connect a dvd player to tv with no scart connection


Make and model of TV would help.
Very odd TV with no SCART and only a single HDMI. You sure it's not a computer monitor? happy.gif
If the TV really does not have any sort of analogue input you will either need to buy a disk player with HDMI or an analogue to digital converter (the former may well be cheaper!), And if there is only a single HDMI you can but switches to expand the number of HDMI inputs if necessary.
User manual here
http://documents.knowhow.com/TV-Home...nal_120524.pdf

Refer to page 15 which states:
"Use a included SCART adapter cable to connect
between the TV's SCART input socket and a SCART
cable to an external AV device's SCART output socket."

Dec 12, 2014 | Televison & Video

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I have a THS220 box and have difficulty recording programmes


Hello Joan,

To record a satellite you will need two scart leads.

Plug one end of the first scart lead into the "DVD/VCR SCART" socket on the back of the satellite receiver, then plug the other end into the "INPUT" scart on the back of the VCR. Take one end of the second scart lead and plug it into the "OUTPUT" socket on the back of the VCR and plug the other end into "SCART IN" socket on the back of the TV.

To record, select the satellite channel you want to record, then, on the VCR, select scart input, (at this point, you can record a satellite program). To watch a satellite channel or recorded satellite channel, select the scart input on the TV.


If you need anymore information, then let me know.

Kind regards,

Ron.

May 04, 2014 | Thomson Audio Players & Recorders

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Input changes.


if you watch it via scart what you need to do is cut pin 8 in the scart leads as this is the one for the power to switch over inputs

Feb 28, 2014 | Emerson LC501EM3 50" 1080p 60Hz Class LCD...

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How do i hook it up to my ps2?


Your Ps2 should have a connecting lead that terminates in either a SCART plug or a set of 3 phono (RCA) plugs. The TV will have SCART inputs, and also will have Phono (RCA) inputs. So you connect to whichever is applicable and then turn the TV to the correct input. Usually this is done by using a button marked 'AV' or 'Input'

Jul 27, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Trying to connect scart to video input but unit wont pick up signal. Computer input (vga)is fine


Ok SCART is meant to be a "Standard" meaning all SCART should be the same, unfortunately they are NOT. Please have a look at the Wiki link below it will explain all. Some SCART plugs do not have all connection wired through, you must ensure your SCART cable has EVERY wire intact, we usually meter out our plugs to check, as we have been caught out too many times, usually the High end, ones are OK
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCART

Mar 19, 2010 | Sony VPL-ES1 Multimedia Projector

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Wharfedale DVD recorder, no sound. Scart lead connected to Sky Box & scart connection to TV. Picture OK & can play DVD's or record to HD but no sound.


HI if you mean scart connectors on rear of DVD recorder, try swapping scart inputs on DVD recorder and if no joys then on set top box. (some units have 1 input designated for TV and the other for Set top box input)

Mar 16, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Panasonic tv connected to Dish. How do I switch input to watch DVD's? The remote that I have for the tv doesn't have an input button.


Hi
As the sat box got 2 scarts connector on back, or as tv got 2 scart connectors on it if so connect output from dvd to scart connector on sat box or tv when play is selected on dvd tv should auto switch a-v input (21pin scart lead will be required
regards windyhouse

Mar 07, 2010 | Televison & Video

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My 36" Flat-screen CRT Philips TV turns itself off


I'm getting the exact same thing with a 26" model. First I found AV2 started carrying AV1's input so we put a switch in. Then it starts to shut off with the twice blinking light after viewing the scart input for a while. I'm currently trying feeding it scart set to composite rather than RGB to see if it'll stay on. One other thing - I just got a oneforall remote. I don't suppose you did - in case that is triggering something?

People are reporting a fault with the "painter" chip which is terminal usually. But that seems to manifest as the tv switching to scart input spontaneously. I haven't seen that.

Hope you get somewhere - I'll let you know if I find anything.

Feb 02, 2009 | Philips 34PW9817 34" TV

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Vcr dvd recorders


I assume you mean a Digital Reciever. If so, and the Digital box has two scarts, connect as follows:- Connect the VCR scart to the "Input" scart of the DVD, the output scart of this to the "VCR" scart on the Digi-box, and the "TV" scart of this to the T.V. You need BOTH switched on. On the T.V. select to view the scart that the box is on and on the DVD select to view "Scart Input". You will now be viewing the VHS. When you want to view the DVD just change the selection.

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Can't change Proline TV / Video combo to scart


visit www.partstore.com to purchase a originald remote for your set if they do not have it they can get it for you.good luck

Apr 07, 2007 | Pro Line 2089VYD TV

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