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Maplin SCART to S-Video and Twin Phono RCA Cable 3m

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Product overview

• SCART to S-Video and twin phono RCA
• 3 m cable length
• Gold-plated connectors
• Compatible with composite and RGB video signals
• 5 year warranty

Why use SCART to S-Video?
SCART is a standard method for transferring composite and RGB video signals with stereo input and output signals for audio down a single cable. S-Video can be useful when connecting a PC or Laptop with S-Video capabilities to a television. The audio is transferred via the twin phono cables

Why choose Maplin cables?
The Maplin range of cables features premium construction and specifications, with market-leading cable technology. The Maplin cable range features hard-wearing cable construction with colour-coded, compact connectors available for almost any use. All Maplin cables are quality assured, with a five year warranty across the range.


Connection Type 1 SCART
Connection Gender Male
Connection Type 2 S-Video, Twin phono (RCA)
Connection Gender Male
Cable Length 3 m
Colour Black
Cable or Adapter Cable
Connector Plating Gold
Warranty 5 Years

Does this cable work both ways? For example, I imagine it can be used to output from a TV with a SCART socket to a laptop with S-Video and phono inputs. Can it also be used to *input* to the TV from a DVD player with S-Video and phono outputs?

Asked by: John H
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item in your intended application I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-02-17

hi I am trying to help my elderly parents connect their new Samsung TV up with their older DVD player. The DVD player has scart leads & sockets but the tv does not. Would your cable reference A93NY make a good connection for the tvs 3 coloured sockets?

Asked by: Manty
It's impossible to predict without knowing exactly which connection you intend to use (what colour are the sockets). The picture quality is always going to be quite poor when using composite video cables such as these. It would be far easier to replace the DVD player with one that outputs HDMI such as this would deliver much better picture quality over using the scart/composite connectivity.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-11-21
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