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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by LongBow, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. LongBow

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    Can you guys help me.

    Whats the differnce between (no its not a joke):

    Scart PAL and Scart RGB.

    Thanks in advance.

    LongBow
     
  2. Duncan G

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    Scart RGB breaks the picture signal down to the primary colours Red, Green, Blue, hence RGB so that your display monitor gets the best posible signal for picture playback at its sharpest and clearest.

    Scart Pal is not as sharp or clear as the RGB signal. RGB is the best to go for.
     
  3. LongBow

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    What does Scart PAL do?

    Sorry, for being a bit thick.

    LongBow
     
  4. theritz

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    Hi,

    As with lots of other things in life, Google is your friend.............. turning up this comprehensive explanation first time... Click Here for the full run-down. "Ordinary" SCART just passes Composite video.

    Sean G.
     

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