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From: inga toppostningar!
Subject: Re: SCART's
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Date: Fri, 06 Dec 2002 20:13:01 GMT
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On Fri, 06 Dec 2002 19:48:45 GMT, Martin Angove
> IIRC (I did the wiring some time ago) in S-Video the Y-component comes
> down what normally carries Composite on a SCART (pin 19, g17, goes into
> pin 20) and the C-component comes down pin 15 (g13) which is normally
> RED for RGB connections. Lack of pins? Not quite sure why they couldn't
> make use of some of the pins which were presumably meant for more
> esoteric uses unheard of on consumer equipment... two data lines???
Yes. One line for clock signal and one for data signal.
> My (oldish) WS Sony set won't switch the socket function - AV1 will
> accept RGB or composite but not S-video (so all the RGB devices go there
> through a switch box) and my SVHS video goes into AV2 which will accept
> S-video but *not* RGB. Rather naughtily I've taken a spare (composite)
> output from the switch box back into the video recorder (only naughty
> because the composite from DTT and DVD is therefore double-terminated
> and the picture suffers a little).
+ Ken +
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