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What cables do you use to connect your AV setup?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by jian, Oct 10, 2002.

  1. jian

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    I just replaced a Lektropacks SVHS cable to the IXOS equivalent and was amazed by the difference, it was well worth the £25 I paid for it.

    I now need another cable for my Toshiba SD9000 and was wondering whether there was an even better cable out there (SVHS).

    I also need a pair of analogue audio interconnects, any suggestions?
     
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    After literally years of buying and swapping out various cables, the best solution interms of cost vs. perceived benefits are as follows:

    Coaxial digital cable - Ecosse The Producer (oddly, a relatively cheap cable).
    VCR/SKY analogue interconnects - Ecosse The Composer (again, comparatively cheap)
    RGB SCART lead - Supra AV6

    I have only ever used one type of component cable, the Supra AV3, but they work excellently as far as I can see.

    If you're after cheap-ish but high performing stereo interconnects (and I can't really see the point of spending TOO much for hooking up the average VCR) then The Composer is a £29 pound, decent solution.
     
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    QED and Ixos are two good mid-range brands of interconnects.
     

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