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21 Pin Scarts

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Tardis, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. Tardis

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    HI all,

    Could someone reassure me please. Am I correct in thinking that a fully wired 21 pin Scart Lead is an RGB Scart Lead as some people refer to.

    A naff question, but had to be asked.

    Many thanks.
     
  2. hornydragon

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    fully wired (21 pin ) scart will carry RGB video, some leads carry only RGB signals and are directional.
     
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    Thanks Hornydragon.
     
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    My pleasure mate!
     
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    Won't a fully wired scart carry composite, s-video, component and RGB?
     
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    yes it will if the device outputs those standards via a scart socket, componet over scart is rare. S-video is also less common RGB and composite are the most common.
     

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