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Topic # 25116 12-Aug-2008 16:24
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Hi guys. Hopefully someone can help me.
I bought an DSE 2.4 Av sender the other day in hopes of having Sky in my bedroom.On the back of my decoder (Pace) there is red and white rca's for output but no video out.
 Any ideas on how to connect this?
Ideally i would like to be able to change channels in the bedroom too.(the sender has a remote extender thing as well).
Thanks for your help.

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  Reply # 156332 12-Aug-2008 16:43
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SCART to composite, L/R audio.




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  Reply # 156336 12-Aug-2008 17:00
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Sorry for sounding a bit retard but i assume you mean connect the red/white to the decoder but how do i connect the video cable?if i take out the scart where should i plug it?i think it goes into my dvd recorder.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 156338 12-Aug-2008 17:09
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Gambit: Sorry for sounding a bit retard but i assume you mean connect the red/white to the decoder but how do i connect the video cable?if i take out the scart where should i plug it?i think it goes into my dvd recorder.


From memory the Pace has 2 scart out plugs. you will need to get a scart to composite RCA adaptor ( DSE have them), then you can connect it to your extender with the RCA cables



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  Reply # 156346 12-Aug-2008 17:34
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Okay i've had a look and if i take out the tv scart but leave in the vcr scart (which i think goes in the recorder) it should be sweet.
so i just plug in the adaptor (does it look like a little black box with 3 holes?)and plug in the rca cables off of the sender that should be sweet?This will work with my sky remote eh?

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  Reply # 156623 13-Aug-2008 16:06
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my pace box has a video RCA output sadwiched between the SCART plugs and the audio RCA's... might not be yellow but have a look...

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  Reply # 156627 13-Aug-2008 16:12
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I have tried this and in my honestly opinion, it is CRAP... it doesn't work when it was few metre away and only through a GIB wall. It snows so badly that you can't see anything.

You'd be better off to run long cable.




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  Reply # 157348 16-Aug-2008 07:52
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i bought the scart plug and hooked it all up and it was mint.the only problem was the remote was a bit picky with when it would work so i flagged it.i'll just stick with normal tv but thats ok.
Thanks for your help everyone.

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