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Topic # 23500 1-Jul-2008 09:01
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Hi

Currently I just have normal Sky Sattellite but I use a GigaAir 20/20 AV sender/receiver to send whatever I am watching in the lounge (where Sky STB sits) to the bedroom.

I wasn't fussed about wanting to watch different channels in either room.

The TV in the lounge is a Sony 40' Bravia which can handle HD but the TV in the bedrrom is just a plain old CRT 20inch tv.

Does anyone know if the new MySkyHD box will have composite i.e RCA connectors, so that I can still use my Gigaair 20/20 send receiver thingy..??

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  Reply # 141797 1-Jul-2008 09:39
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Yes, it has connectors for component, composite, s-video.

That's assuming it's exactly the same as the Foxtel box. I downloaded a manual from here (right click & select Save As - it's 96 pages!

http://www.foxtel.com.au/files/iQ2_Manual_web.pdf


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