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Quality Scart leads with switching boxes?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Phil.LFC, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. Phil.LFC

    Phil.LFC
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    I have recently bought two "SQUART" leads and would like to use them for a quality RGB picture from two DVD players, but I only have one RGB enabled input on my TV.
    Would the use of a scart switching box significantly reduce the performance benefits of these cables, or are there quality switching boxes available?
    At the moment I've got my SD330 DVD player connected via an s-video lead but the quality is poor compared to the RGB picture from my Panny HS2.
    Any suggestions appreciated


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  2. bobbypunk

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    Most important thing check two of the scarts on the switch box are RGB wired.
    The ones I recommend only have one RGB only but are a manual box with a simple switch and three scart sockets two in one out so you can use a sqart etc.. for the link to the TV.
    In your situation if you can't borrow the box I'd leave the sqart doing composite on one of the sources rather than risking the switch box.
     

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