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Monday, 18 January 2016
3:09 PM

stewart: If its a Samsung (its a decent bet), then although it doesn't have a scart, you can still connect it. It will probably have a bag with some cables, including one which has yellow, red and white connectors at one end, and a 3.5mm jack at the other. Thats an RCA attachment, and you can get a RCA/scart adapter really cheaply. Have a look at the manual.

Also have the look at the back of the combi. If its 8 years old or less from a decent brand, there is a good chance its got an HDMI as well - which is easy to swap for the scart. The make/models of TV and combi would help.

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MikeB's 2,552 posts Platinum Platinum GB
Wednesday, 20 January 2016
3:25 PM

Many thanks Mike That's really helpful and it can noe be sorted

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stewart's 2 posts GB
Tuesday, 23 May 2017
Colin Powley
3:25 PM

I have a flat screen TV with one scscart box and sky+box also with one scart box and a VCR also with one scart box how do set it up to record

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Colin Powley's 2 posts GB
Thursday, 15 November 2018
6:22 PM

I have a tv with only one scart socket and a sky box with one scart socket I want to connect a vhs dvd combi to it ca you help dennis

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dennis's 5 posts US
7:41 PM

dennis: If the VHS/DVD combi only has one SCART socket also then you would need a SCART switch box such as the one linked below on Amazon. Although if you're using a HD TV and a Sky HD box then you would get better picture quality by connecting the Sky box to the TV with a HDMI lead and only using SCART for the VHS/DVD combi.

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StevensOnln1's 2,091 posts Platinum Platinum US
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