Quality Scart for plasma

BiggieBig

Active Member
Looking for a quality RGB Scart to Scart to connect my freeview to a JS RGB2VGA. VGA will then goto my plasma. Not to sure if I need audio at the moment.

Is there much difference between RGB Only and RGB Scart (with audio).

Also any recommendations .....
 
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bobbypunk

Guest
The lack of wires mean no way of changing purpose
but the lack of wires also stop a small amount of interference (apparantly)
 

Joe Fernand

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It's not just the lack of wires its that you can use a heavier gauge 4 core cable just for RGB + Composite.

We normally supply either Supra AV6, VanDamme Red Series or the QED SQART - of the three I prefer the Supra as its a more flexible cable than the QED and we can supply it with more substantial connectors that we can currently source with VanDamme; all three deliver better images than any fully wired SCART I've tried in my system.

Best regards

Joe
 
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bobbypunk

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does the QED use heavier guage in their RGB version as standard?
 

Dfour

Well-known Member
I upgraded to a QED Squart (RGB only) from the Thor fully wired cable and even on my Panny tv it made a difference in the picture quality and colour depth. Well worth the money IMHO.
 

Dean

Well-known Member
Using QED's new performance Squart for my plasma and is great too
 

paulS

Novice Member
Just put the QED AV41 Sqart on my system.
Sky+ - JStechYUV - Hitachi400E.

Difference to an "older" scart cable was massive.

The AV41 is RGB only - and just £40 from HifiBitz (forum sponsor).

Paul.:thumbsup:
 

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