Question about Philips Televison & Video
My BT vision box is connected to the recorder using a scart lead, and the recorder is connected to the single scart lead on the Panasonic TV also via a scart. Although the TV picture is fine there is sound interference, around a half second of silence followed by a half second of noise on a continuous basis, when using this channel to view. Interestingly If I play old recordings on the DVD recorder with this set up they are fine, I think it stopped working for new recordings about the middle of last year. I've also swapped around cables etc to check for faults/poor connections etc. I have suspicions that following the analogue to digital change I may need a new connection set-up, but would be good to know if anyone has had similar experiences.
SCART is designed to carry analogue standard definition content. So if the input signal is high def. it will distort.
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
THE CONNECTION HAS BEN CHANGED FROM AV CONNECTION (RED, WHITE, YELLOW ) TO COMPONENT CABLE (RED, GREEN, BLUE) YOU WOULD HAVE TO SOMEHOW RESET THE DVR TO DEFAULT SETTINGS TO GET IT BACK TO NORMAL.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
If it's like the DR620 it will only receive analogue from the TV aerial. I connect the AV out connections on my set box to the inlet AV on the recorder and watch and record through the recorder's "rear AV input" selection.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Dry joint - faulty capacitor on the PC board of the decoder. Found by wiggling the components and resoldering
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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