Alot of Plasma televisions and projectors do not come with
a scart socket and instead have the higher quality component
or S-Video inputs. There will also be a composite video input
however if you have invested all that money in the unit, the
last thing you want to do is watch it in composite.
This is a problem when you want to watch SKY satellite TV
as most digiboxes do not output in component or S-Video.
The way to solve this is to purchase a RGB to Component convertor
or a RGB to S-Video convertor, and the relevant leads all
of which are available here.
Simply plug a scart lead into the output of the digibox and
plug the other end of the scart lead into the input of the
convertor box. Finally, connect the three coloured phono leads
(Green, Blue, Red) from the convertor box to the component
input of the plasma or projector, ensuring that the colours
You will also need to run the audio seperately, so simply
connect a phono to phono lead from the audio output of the
digibox to the audio input (that corresponds to the component
input) on the plasma. Of course if you are using a surround
sound amplifier, you would simply connect the phonos to the
RGB to component convertor
Component video lead
Phono to phono audio lead