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Topic # 17383 24-Nov-2007 13:04
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Hi Gurus!

 I connected my shiny new cable to my Sky box (scart) and then connected it to TV (AVI3 Viera Plasma) via component RCA's and when I turned the tv on.....I get soud, but no picture.

Before I connected the cable I was previously connecting via normal Sky scart cable as delivered from Sky.

Any ideas? I thought it may be because I need to configure the sky box to tell it I am using component, but this is not possible if I can't see the menu's!

Any ideas, suggestions wil be welcomed...and YES this is my first post and I am new to this site, so please bear that in mind !!

Thanks in advance.

Ciao!



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  Reply # 96703 24-Nov-2007 13:10
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It may be sensible to configure the Sky box to component before swapping cables.




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Reply # 96705 24-Nov-2007 13:17
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Thanks Ross,

 Yep !! I tried that and it worked.


Many thanks !!!

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  Reply # 96727 24-Nov-2007 16:23
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You must go into the advanced menu of the Sky box, and the SCART setup, you will then be asked to setup the TV SCART, select component, you will then be moved to the VCR SCART setup, set this to composite. Then back out. Ensure that you have connected the component SCART cable to the TV scart as only the TV scart will carry component. Also while you are in the advanced menu, go to the TV setup option, and check that its on 16:9 not 4:3PS or 4:3LB

Obviously you may need to use a composite feed to regain a picture to set these options up.

Cyril

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