Which SCART cable for 26" LCD?

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  1. pault2007

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    I'm buying a 26" Samsung LCD soon and I wondered which SCART cable I should go for?

    I've read that some cables carry picture and audio but the best ones only carry the picture?
     
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    hi paul, i have a panasonic dmr-es45v dvd recorder connected to a samsung
    lcd tv with a qed av41 video only silver scart lead. and an optical cable to
    carry the sound to my amp.the picture from the in built freeview tuner is
    superb,av 41 picture only/ av 2110 picture and sound/ p2110 cheaper also
    picture and sound and is a flat scart. regards trevor.
     
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    hi paul
    i've got to agree with trevor and say that qed cables will get the best picture from your set-up. i'e got a philips 329641d and had been using a qed p2110 scart lead which is the flat type. it gave a fantastic picture but i found that with it being flat, it was hard to bend and shape the excess cable out of the way. i made the mitake of selling it and buying a b-tech cable of the standard round cable which also gives a good picture, but not as good as the qed. i've just bought another qed av2110 scart which is the round type cable so all's well that ends well. the only problem is that the wife thinks i've now got a fettish for scart leads:oops: my advise is buy QED as they do exactly what they say on the tin and well worth the money.
     

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