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Old November 15th, 2006, 10:32 AM   #16
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Just a wild -wild guess.

Three RCAs in on the monitor for component in? (yellow, red and blue centres) or three RCAs in on the monitor for composite in? (yellow centre) audio left in (white centre) audio right in (red centre)? or is it one of those bastidino fragile tiny slide switched arrangements to select component in with no audio or composite in with audio with one of either colour centre option being incorrect.

Bob Castiglione had a Lilliput monitor I think on his JVC HD 111 when last I saw it. Might be worth a dvinfo email to him to ask if he is taking component or composite out of his camera to it.

If you have to take composite out to the monitor from the Sony you might experience some problems with audio crosstalk onto the video if you take out via that little yellow centred 3-channel phono socket. If you discover a right way to do it I would be interested to know.
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