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profigold vs bandridge scart. what to choose?

diezjackdaniels

Novice Member
i need to buy two flat scart because i have no literally space back of the furniture and the only solution is a flat scart.
Now, i never used one of this products.
Profigold as i could read in fórums is a top quality brand, this have 0.75m flat scart, and bandridge is a more cheaper sister of profigold, this one has 0.50m flat scart. for me 0.50m is enough.
Profigold cost a lot of more than bandridge.
Do you believe the extra Price of profigold is translate into a better quality build?.
i dont want to spend more money if the cable are better than the bandridge.
As far as i know the quality in analog cables is more important than in digital ones
 

Joe Fernand

Distinguished Member
AVForums Sponsor
Unlikely you will see any difference between the two cables - ensure they are fully wired if you are going with RGB or S-Video and also require audio.

Joe
 

diezjackdaniels

Novice Member
the profigold seems to be fully wired and fully shielded, the bandridge i believe is fully wired but no fully shielded.
Both have ofc conductor and gold plated plugs. At least this is the information i can see in their webs
i have a valueline 270º flat scart, is the only 270º that i found to buy but i dont like the quality, is very simple and i am sure i have interferences.
So i dont want to make twice the mistake to buy a cheap one
 

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