The audio output via the scart connection on the TalkTalk (Huawei) box is at a fixed level.
So if your amplifier has a remote control to adjust it's volume you're OK.
Otherwise you may wear out the carpet between armchair and amplifier.
Thank you for this answer, I appreciate this is an old post and no-one may be reading it but:-
We have a TakTalk YouView box being provided soon (October 2014) and I was worried if/how it might connect to my aged Hitachi Plasma TV. (We also have Freeview and DVD player boxes to link into this later on)
The TV has one Scart, S-VHS, DVI-D, analogue RGB and various other audio and analogue input/outputs.
I intend to use an HDMI (from the Box end) to DVI-D cable at the TV and will have to supply audio to the TV from somewhere on the YouView box.
Searching (well-known) internet search engines I can’t find much description of the rear-end connections on TalkTalk’s latest non-recording YouView boxes, but I’m guessing only one each of HDMI and Scart, with no 1-volt P-P audio output (those red & white phono sockets)?
Can anyone confirm; given the above answer, that the box will output both HDMI and analogue over the scart simultaneously?
Also, how well does the remote synch itself to controlling TV’s, in particular the volume levels?
Appreciate any thoughts on this.
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