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Phillips DVD recorder connection issue?

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.

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    David Beale Jun 09, 2014

    The DVD recorder is a Dvdr3570.

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 11, 2014

    Given old recordings play ok on the TV, leads me to believe the scart lead set up between DVD recorder and TV is ok. Therefore that leads me to think that there is an issue between the input to the DVD recorder from my vision box,

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 11, 2014

    I've just hooked up an old VHS machine to my DVD recorder using a scart essentially replacing the input from the bt vision box, and I get the same interference experienced when using the bt vision box, this again leads me to think either:

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 11, 2014

    a) the input to the DVD recorder needs to be something other than a scart

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 11, 2014

    b) the input scart socket to the DVD recorder is dmaged

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 12, 2014

    Thanks for the update Joel, I do get exactly the same symptoms both from the bt vision box and an old VHS recorder which is not high def.

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 12, 2014

    When they are used as inputs to the DVD recorder I should have said.

  • David Beale
    David Beale Jun 17, 2014

    Any further help on this much appreciated.

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SCART is designed to carry analogue standard definition content. So if the input signal is high def. it will distort.

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