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Was £35 Then £20 Now £12
This clever device allows you to connect up to 5 scart-enabled devices to your television.

All the scart leads plug into the back of the box keeping things neat and tidy, whilst a front mounted 3-phono/S-video connection means youll easily be able to hook up a compatible camcorder.

Selecting which source you wish to view is as simple just push the correctly numbered button.
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#1
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#2
Do people still use scart nowadays? :whistling:

Voted warm.
#3
simate
Do people still use scart nowadays? :whistling:

Voted warm.


How else am I supposed to connect my Betamax machine??:-D:-D
#4
simate
Voted warm.


Cool! How do I vote WARM?! Oh, and is that Luke or Balmy?:whistling:
#5
Aber
How else am I supposed to connect my Betamax machine??:-D:-D
ROFLMAO
#6
simate;3524267
Do people still use scart nowadays? :whistling:

Voted warm.


yeh, so yesteryear...though saying that my kids playroom has a scart switching box as they have an old 14in crt tv, for now
#7
Aber
How else am I supposed to connect my Betamax machine??:-D:-D


i thought betamax would have been using a coaxial connection
#8
OK, as an old fuddy duddy who has been making do with scart leads all this time, what actually is the best way to connect DVD recorder and TV assuming I don't want to fork out for a a whole collection of fancy leads but want to keep it pretty basic ??
#9
simate
Do people still use scart nowadays? :whistling:

Voted warm.



Whats the point of this comment? Not everyone has a choice.
#10
AS far as I know FF99, unless you have component or HDMI outputs, RGB scart is the best way to go so stick with it.

My DVD player, playstation and PVR are all connected via RGB scart through a switchbox very similar to this and it does not seem to give any noticeable drop in quality.

(keep this quiet but my TV is still a CRT!)
#11
doublekite
Whats the point of this comment? Not everyone has a choice.


Oh dear, no sense of humour eh :roll:

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