Changes by connecting to the SCART connector the TV when you turn on the DVD Player automatically to the corresponding channel. If the player via an S-video Jack (yellow RCA connector) it connects to the TV, you must connect extra cable for the audio channels, because the S-video connector transmits the image information. The image quality is slightly worse than at the SCART connection. While the S-video connection is so so not mandatory, can the DVD player connect to the Hi-Fi amplifier and so audio CDs and MP3 CDs, where appropriate, with RCA connectors for the audio output /-listen to DVDs of the music system. Who would like to connect a surround sound system for surround sound, should pay attention to the connection number of the respective surround decoder. If the TV has only one SCART connector, you can connect only the video recorder or DVD player. In this case, it makes sense to choose a DVD player with multiple SCART connectors.
To this you can connect further devices which send a signal to the TV via the DVD player can. If you have a video projector or a plasma screen with DVI interface, should always pay attention to a DVI output on the DVD player. As in the PC the quality-reducing conversion from digital to analog image format eliminates this connection? Instead, the data will be fully digital transfer. The result: a better image with stronger and brighter colors. The progressive-scan technology also ensures a better picture quality. DVD player with this feature builds the picture not of fifty fields per second, but from 25 frames. As a result, the image is clear and above all quiet. A so-called YUV output, the brightness and colour information separately transmitted located for this DVD player. On the TV or video projector, a corresponding input is necessary to use the progressive scan method.