basti at tirsales
Oct 12, 2005, 5:45 PM
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Adam Forsyth schrieb:
> I may be misunderstanding you again, but I'll give it a shot.
I think I understood what causes this misunderstandings:
I have a german-version PVR350.
> If I look at this with a fixed width font, if makes it look one way,
> and variable width, another, so I can't really interpret this for sure
> but I'll try.
Well, I can't give a better picture.
Image a cable: PVR-Side: 9-pin
Other Side: Two connectors. One SCART and one Audio.
> OK. The output cable of the pvr-350 has four connectors: black 4-pin
> s-video, yellow composite videoout, red and white (right and left)
> audio out. Both audio cables should be plugged into the SCART adapter
> so you have stereo sound. If you're listening to one and have the
> other plugged into the TV, they should be mostly the same thing, just
> the left and right parts of the stereo signal.
> So what I don't understand is what cable you're plugging into your
> headphones... The pvr-350 also has an audio line-in port, but no other
> audio output. Plugging your headphones into that would certainly give
> a strange signal.
It has a audio-Line-In-Port. Yes
2 Antenna connectors ( FM, TV)
1 4-pin SVHS/VHS Connector
1 9-pin VID/AUD-Connector.
To this 9-pin belongs a cable: 9pin < splitter - scart-cable + audio-cable
(SCART: Some kind of connector for both video and audio, input and
output may be on different pins).
Those 2 Audio-Out (SCART, seperate Audio-Cable belonging to
9-pin-connector) play different sounds.
> If what you're saying is you have a splitter at the end of the output
> cables from the pvr-350 before the SCART adapter, so that you can have
> the audio go to headphones too, then I don't know how you could
> possibly get two different signals.
That would be even stranger, yes.
>>English is not my native language and I do apologize for any mistakes or
> If I misunderstood you and you want to, you can write in german and
> I'll make my girlfriend (native german speaker) translate.
I dont know how many readers of this list are able to understand german,
so I dont know if it would be fair, but nevertheless:
Die PVR-350 hat folgende Eing?nge: TV-Antenne, Radio-Antenne, Line-In,
Kombinierte Ein- und Ausg?nge: 9-Pin
An diesen 9-Pin-Eingang kommt ein Kabel dass in 2 seperate Kabel
gesplittet wird: Ein Audio-Kabel (um den Audioausgang der PVR an den
Audio-Eingang der Soundkarte anzuschlie?en) und ein Scart-Adapter.
Auf dem seperaten Audio-Ausgang und dem Scart-Adapter kommen
unterschiedlichen Audio-Signale an.
Das Audio-Signal auf dem seperaten Ausgang h?rt sich wie eine TV-Sendung
an - sie bleibt aber unabh?ngig von dem eingestellten Sender identisch.
Die Audio+Video Ausgabe auf dem Scart-Adapter ist korrekt (egal ob
Fernsehen oder MPEG2-Streaming).
Danke f?rs ?bersetzen :-)
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