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Scart Cables

Midge

Novice Member
Just a quick question, and was hoping to get an answer here before taking a wander in the pouring rain to the various electrical stores.

Cable box to TV is already linked via a scart lead I bought from John Lewis for £15. What I want to know is if I purchase, and spend a bit more on another lead, if there is no noticable difference, can I return it on the basis that I just don't want it? Stupid question I know, but don't want to spend x amount and then be stuck with another lead that I didn't need.

Thanks
 
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bob007

Guest
IMO - If your not suffering from crosstalk/interference from other channels then keep the one you have. ;)
 

Midge

Novice Member
Not getting any problems, but just trying to get the best picture poss. You don't think it's worth bothering changing then??
 

rct

Novice Member
Better SCARTs **may** make a difference.

To try, just buy some nice IXOS 126AV from the dreaded Dixons... they have a 14-day refund/exchange policy for items returned "as new". ;)
 
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juboy

Guest
More than any other cables I've come across, it is SCART leads that do show very noticeable differences... not surprisingly, the more you spend, the better picture they offer.

I just sold an Ecosse Armageddon on eBay for a bargain price, that Scart outperforms anything I've seen from Ixos and the like. That said, it was over £70 new.

I'm currently using an RGB only (well worth cutting out the audio and switching elements) Supra AV6 which achieves a stunning image from Sky digital.

Think about how much you spend on your TV and DVD player combined and then honestly yourself ask whether £30 is the most you can justify to connect them...
 

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