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Maplin SCART to Triple Phono Composite Cable 20m

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Overview

Product overview

• SCART male to male triple phono (RCA)
• 20 m cable length
• Gold-plated connectors
• Compatible with composite and RGB video signals
• 5 year warranty

Why use SCART?
SCART is a standard method for transferring composite and RGB video signals with stereo input and output signals for audio down a single cable. These cables are commonly used to connect DVD players, satellite/cable or Freeview boxes to televisions that lack HDMI capabilities.

Why use triple phono cables?
Triple phono (or RCA) is another method of connecting devices to a televisions that lack HDMI ports, which is also suitable if all available SCART sockets are being used. The video and audio signals are split into individual phono cables, typically the phono connectors are colour coded to give a visual representation of the signals they carry. Yellow cables are for video signal, red are for a right channel audio signal and white are for a left channel audio signal.

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.

Specification

Specifications
Connection Type 1 SCART
Connection Gender Male
Connection Type 2 Triple Phono (RCA)
Connection Gender Male
Cable Length 20 m
Colour Black
Cable or Adapter Cable
Connector Plating Gold
Warranty 5 Years

What is the switch on the scart socket for

Asked by: AMAC
It changes the signal direction flow from IN to OUT. If you were plugging the SCART into a video recorder and the PHONO into a TV then you would set the switch to OUT as the signal is coming OUT of the video recorder. If you were plugging the SCART into a TV and the phonos into the video recorder then you would set the switch to IN as the signal is going IN to the TV.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-03-06
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