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    Video connection problem for 32PFL5606H

    In order to connect my DVD player to the TV, i looked for the Audio, Video (Composite) Connector, which should be on the
    side of the TV according to the User Manual. There is not such a connector on the side of the TV (User Manual mistake). So I tried to connect the DVD Player to EXT 2 (Y Pb Pr and Audio L/R) as also described in the User manual. This connector can
    apparently not not handle Video Composite. (EXT 1 is in use for the VCR)
    How to connect my DVD player to EXT 2 and what does Y Pb Pr mean, I only know of Y/CClick image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for your quick reaction.
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    Y Pb Pr are video components signals. They are derived signals from R (Red), G (Green) and B (Blue) using the following formula:
    Y (Luminance) = 0,299 R+0,587G+0,114B
    Pb = B - Y ; Pr = R - Y

    Does the VRC or DVD YPbPr?. If anyone has YPbPr plug it directly. If they do not have this signal then you need a SCART to YPbPr converter. These converters are not cheap but I think it's the only option. You can also use a scart to hdmi converter, but also expensive. Both needs power suply.

    See the link:
    http://www.dreamav.co.uk/av_converters_scalers.html
    Last edited by xMen; 10-15-2011 at 09:20 AM.

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    Thanks for the solution

    Indeed it is RGB, just missed that thought.

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