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Recommend Scart for switcher

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by VIBEIN, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. VIBEIN

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    Does any one have any recommendations on which scart leads I should purchase to run through my holdan scart switcher?

    TIA
     
  2. noidea

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    a great deal on Thor scart leads from TVcables.co.uk at the moment. Good cables and great value for money
     
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    I know this isnt what you want to hear but the generic scart leads form tvcables are excelent, fully wired, individually screened cables and heavy, metal ends with gold plated pins gives me a really good picture, but i hear the thor ones are very good even if they are several times more expensive. Id really like to see someone compare the 2 as it could save everyone a small fortune on scart leads.
     
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    anyone know of any other good places to buy scart/s-video cabling from.

    normally use www.tvcables.co.uk but cant seem to get on to the web page at the minute, and i'm a compulsive buyer, dont like to wait for anything. :thumbsup:
     
  5. VIBEIN

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    Dunno if I will bother with the cheapie ones, prob get some of these Thor ones and give them a try.
     
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    what puts you opff the cheap ones?
     
  7. VIBEIN

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    There have been enough recommendations for me to conclude that the Thor should be fine.
     

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