does "21 pin connected" scart means rgb ?

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  1. piolo

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    Hi,
    I want to buy a scart cable to connect my TV and DVD (both rgb capable). I would like to know if I have to search for a RGB label on the box of the cable or the label "21 pin connected" is enough to have a RGB-scart capable cable ?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Joe Fernand

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    Piolo

    A 'Fully wired' SCART cable will pass RGB - though an 'RGB only' cable will generally have thicker conductors and do a better job than RGB via a fully wired cable.

    Do keep in mind an 'RGB only' cable has no Audio conductors - and its directional so when you install it follow the signal flow arrows.

    Best regards

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  3. piolo

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    Thank you, now I know more about rgb. I think I'll go for an audio-video-rgb fully wired cable.
    paolo
     

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