I'm thinking of getting the DAV-S550 and have a TV that will accept SCART (RGB) and S-Video (but connector on the front of the set).
I've read a review saying the S550 picture is best using the component outputs...it also said that you can get a component to SCART cable if your display doesn't have the correct connectors and sort of implied that this would give you better quality than S-Video input.
Can any one advise me on this as I don't have component on the TV and don't want an S-video cable from the DVD sticking out of the front of the TV set! I'd also like the best quality picture I can get!!
I'm afraid the DAVs isn't that good over here in Europe (Tort, how about updating your profile with a location?) as the S550 doesn't have a Scart output, but rather component, which is probably why Tort would like the conversion cable (which I don't think is possible). Really a shame how Sony crippled the DAV systems with no Scart...
What? no SCART (Read Euro Connector) are Sony mad?? Thats a real shame, although I think it is great to have component most people are tied to RGB Scart.
I am not sure in the logic here on Sonys thinking, most monitors that use component are £1500GBP upwards (at least on UK spec kit), IMHO a lot of people with a 550 (£250GBP) wouldn't be prepared or in a position to buy a £1500 monitor. Is component in on european TV more common than year?
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