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Do Voom receivers have a RGB output?

Discussion in 'VoomTalk.Com (Closed Forum)' started by spummerr, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. spummerr

    spummerr Mentor

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    ??
     
  2. n0qcu

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    NO, they do not.
     
  3. JLucPicard

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    spummerr,

    That is what I'm using for my Voom box - the component Red, Green, Blue.

    I'm using the DVI for my HR10-250.

    I've had no problem with the RGB with Voom.

    If RGB means something else, then smack me around and call me stupid (wouldn't be the first time!). :)
     
  4. BFG

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    ...stupid...

    !rolling heh J/K

    Yes RGB is something different
     
  5. Neutron

    Neutron Banned User

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    The RGB connection looks just like a VGA connection on a computer. It's a 15 pin (3 groups of 5 pin holes).
     
  6. spummerr

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    Suppose I could use the DVI output with a RGBVH adapter



     
  7. JLucPicard

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    Thanks BFG! I needed that. :lol:
     
  8. bcadotte1

    bcadotte1 Cool Member

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    Nope,that is for analog DVI(like a Video Card from a computer),the Digital DVI out of the Voom box is HDCP(I hope I have that right)-Copy Protection.
     
  9. bryan27

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    spummerr, if you want RGB output the Zenith HDV420 has RGB out. It is for OTA only, but it's something. I use a Zenith HDV420 set on 1080i connected to a 13" computer monitor and computer speakers. It makes a nice little OTA Digital "TV" for the bedroom.
     

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