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Topic # 10210 10-Nov-2006 11:39
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OK, so I couldn't get any help at all from SKY at all on this and have come to the font of all knowledge for the answer. Apologies if this has been a thread before but I couldn't find it..

I have mysky going to my TV using scart-component plus the two audio out RCAs on the back of the mysky box.
I have pluged my DVD player in to the pass through scart connection plug on the rear of the decoder using 3x componet and two audios (ie with an adapter plug), so I can use the av button on the remote to switch to DVD player. When I switch to the DVD player, I get the picture fine, however the audio is stuck on the mysky audio, whatever channel that may be on at the time.

Any ideas?

Thanks

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  Reply # 51855 10-Nov-2006 12:17
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I have a similar set up working well. My audio into the TV comes out of the SCART, not out of the audio RCA terminals, on the MySky box. From my previous testing, the passthrough function on MySky strictly passes the SCART in to the SCART out, and does not supply it to either the video RCA or the audio RCAs on the MySky box. This is different to how the Pace 600 decoder worked for me before I got MySky.




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  Reply # 51856 10-Nov-2006 12:24
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I wondered whether that was it- so I need another scart with componet and audio in/out..

thans for the help I'll try it tonight..

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  Reply # 51879 10-Nov-2006 15:24
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To confirm the pass through feature only applies to the SCART sockets.


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