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Experience:  TV Engineer
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I would like to know how I wire up a Sharp LCD TVMODEL No

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I would like to know how I wire up a Sharp LCD TVMODEL No 15E1E to a VHS
I need to view a tape whilst I download a video for editing. as a matter of interest
the way the makers indicate in their manual does not work or it is not explained very well,
I would like a layout of the proceedure.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Richard replied 1 year ago.

Hi there and welcome

Can you tell me please the make and model of your VHS player?

Thank you

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi Richard,
Sorry to have mised you today I had as very important meeting wth a
customer who I could not let down I had no warning of his meeting I had to
accept ,how ever it turned out very rewarding.I sure you know how popular the old Sharp LCD has been over the years
well I have managed to find one, they are very popular in the video world
for editiing, this one is a 15-1-1E.I am using a Panasonic HD-- N77 Digital
Sterio 80PB Super 8 Head.
I do Need a Ve ry Good Plan of the layout
The Panasonic Has Twin ScartsA1 & A2
Any other details let me know
Regards Terry
Expert:  Richard replied 1 year ago.


On the TV as seen on page 10 of the manual HERE

You see the Scart connection.

You connect the scart connection from the Panasonic to the TV's connection, then switch the source / input on the TV to scart and you will then see the image.

Let me know please how you go

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi RicharD<
Thanks for the suggestion, but thats rthe simple weay IK needb the Monitor to be the supp,ly of the video so I can Edit the Film,
the way you are givIng me is not THE ANSWER
Expert:  Richard replied 1 year ago.

what do you mean with the monitor being the supply of the video?

Can you clearly explain ALL elements involved?