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robathome posted on Sun, Nov 3 2013 9:17 AM

Hi,

Does anyone know of a smart BlueRay player that supports composite out or HDMI out with separate analogue out sound. The DVI socket does not support audio and I don't think there is a cable that will support hdmi out to DVI in with separate audio.

Any Ideas, not WII, PlayStation or XBOX etc

Regards

Robert Cooper

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Answered (Verified) Mark replied on Wed, Nov 6 2013 7:37 PM
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/SCART-Converter-Adapter-quality-converter/dp/B007WRPJX2

If in doubt Google it out

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Hi robathome and welcome to BeoWorld,

on recent BRP's you will have to use an adapter - HDMI to DVI  for the picture and a small DAC - digital out to rca - for the sound.

Older BRP's had analog-out (video and audio) connections - it might still be possible to get one/ebay?

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Thanks, I have ordered cables and rca on Ebay, I'll let you know if it all works!

Rob

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Hi,

The TV does not show a coherent picture, just lots of lines like it can't support the res of the Blue Ray Player :(

The player outputs to a PC monitor via DVI and the TV display a PC screen through the DVI socket

I have set the Player to display it's lowest res 576 HDMI but the display is not viewable.

Any ideas?

Rob

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Hi,

The TV does not show a coherent picture, just lots of lines like it can't support the res of the Blue Ray Player :(

The player outputs to a PC monitor via DVI and the TV display a PC screen through the DVI socket

I have set the Player to display it's lowest res 576 HDMI but the display is not viewable.

Any ideas?

Rob

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If it will work depends on the 7-32 version and/or if it has been 'HD-Ready' upgraded.

 

With older BRP's and 'analog outputs' I meant the 'ypbpr' like this:

http://0.tqn.com/d/hometheater/1/0/7/9/component10242.JPG

 

Worst case: you will have to use a 'HDMI to Scart converter'.

MM

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The TV is no HD ready, the retailers I have been to say there is no such device as HDMI to Composite :(

Where can I get a HDMI to SCART or Composite cable?

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Depends on where you are located.

No cable, but a converter-box.

Like this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SCART-Converter-Adapter-quality-converter/dp/B007WRPJX2

or this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/KanaaN-HDMI-Composite-S-Video-Converter/dp/B005ZCUA26/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1383692454&sr=1-2&keywords=Hdmi+to+composite

or that:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/eSynic®-Component-Stereo-Converter-Adapter/dp/B00AQ1LE3U/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1383692527&sr=1-3&keywords=hdmi+to+component

or even this one:

http://www.hdfury.com/products/hdfuryiii-getting-started/

With lots of background information to this theme (HDCP).

MM

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Answered (Verified) Mark replied on Wed, Nov 6 2013 7:37 PM
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/SCART-Converter-Adapter-quality-converter/dp/B007WRPJX2

If in doubt Google it out

we tend to forget there is more to design than designing.

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I have ordered one, but one of the reviews says it does work with "an old B&O TV"

We will see.

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If you mean the HDMI to Scart converter, I can assure you that it works.

I have one to connect an ATV to my Avant - which csertainly is "an old B&O tv".

MM

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Question is:

Is the YPbPr socket an Option? Converters from HDMI to YPbPr are available.

Or what about using a HDMI HDCP remover to feed the DVI-I socket?

 

I have the same issue with Beovision 7 40 MKI (not hd ready), trying to connect a HDMI source...

Ralf

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@kallasr - didn't you notice my links above?

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Millemissen:

@kallasr - didn't you notice my links above?

MM

 

Sure did, very good background information.

So, it does work, using a YPbPr converter?
See also this thread I started.

I want to connect a HDMI source to a Beovision 7 40 MKI non hd-ready AND getting a HD Picture to the TV (no downscaling via scart, composite etc.).

Thanks!

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I did not try the '...to component' converter.

Haven't got the opportunity to/the gear for this experiment.

But - as atated - I have the '...to scart' converter.

I am quite sure it will work.

How good it works, will depend on the quality of the converter - don't expect too much of a cheap conveter-thing.

On the other hand don't expect too much from a non HD-Ready tv!!!

If I had a 7-32 (non HD-Ready) I would go for the HDFury-solution - even if I had to use 'PC' from 'List' to activate it (just put it to the first place in the 'List').

Note: using a converter always means 'downscaling' - that is exactly what is needed to get things to work.

MM

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