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Topic # 6858 28-Feb-2006 12:03
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Hi there, can the latest versions of the Sky Digital Pace and / or Motorola Decoders output a Y, Pr/Cr, Pr/Cb (Component) signal in addition to the usual RGB signal through their SCART connector?

There was speculation last year that a firmware upgrade planned by Sky was going to make this possible.

I would prefer not to buy an RGB to Y, Pr/Cr, Pr/Cb converter or getting a mySky PVR

Cheers, Andy

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Reply # 30518 12-Mar-2006 07:22
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SKY tested a software upgrade that would enable this but it failed QC and couldn't be released. The upgrade would enable component output on all decoders but the Pace TP2 and TP3 (DSR6000) and Motorola/Zenith TP3 (310) models. They're looking at how to get this software change out now but it will be a while yet.

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