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SCART to S VHS and 2 x Phono Plugs Cable 1.5m - WEB ONLY

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  • Available on Web Only
  • Nickel plated connectors
  • Fully screened cable

Product overview

Available on Web Only
• Nickel plated connectors
• Fully screened cable
• In/out switch
• Durable PVC jacket
• Cable strain relief to protect the cable

A 21-way SCART plug to 2 colour-coded phono connectors and S-VHS connector ideal for interconnecting audio/video equipment. The phonos are connected to the SCART right audio (red) and left audio (white) and the S-VHS connector is connected to Y/C video. This cable has a switch to enable it to be used as either an input to the SCART or as an output from the SCART.

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work!!! The cable did not switch information between the two ends.
Date published: 2016-08-18
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I have an old Samsung VP-W95 camcorder. I want to connect it to my TV.  Will this cable work? 

Asked by: Ellen
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item in your intended application.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-03-28

Is the Cable usable for output from PC to TV? is The S-video connector a 4-pin mini-DIN
Asked by: Darren Hall
Yes it's suitable for this and the S-video connector is indeed a 4-pin mini DIN. Just One point to make though. Your TV must be capable of accepting a S-Video signal on the SCART plug, otherwise you will get a B&W picture. Some TVs are not wired for S-Video on the SCART. You will need to check your manual.
Answered by: DR
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have a video with just one scart and want to connect it to a s-video input on my pc yet every adaptor i have only works in black and white while my lead if connected to to s-video out on my dvd box works in full colour
Asked by: Mark Newman
The problem is Generally using SCART as most SCART socket do not support the S-VHS signal fully therefore a black and white picture is produced, the equipment is the problem not the adaptors. QM52G is a s-video to composite convertor which can fix this problem.
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

Re the above questions about only getting black & white with Scart & S-Video unless the TV scart socket is S-Video compatible - if a TV is described as Scart(RGB) is that S-Video compatible?
Asked by: Gary Williams
No. The original standard SCART spec was for composite and RGB. The revised spec adds s-video. Unless your TV specifically states s-video, then it probably won't handle it.
Answered by: DD
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have purchased this to go from TV to projector. It is only coming out in Black and white. might sound silly to ask this but is S-VHS the same as S-Video?...Would it work if i took this one back and got the s video one??,Thanks Mike
Asked by: mike
The issue may be in one of the units not fully supporting S-VHS (S-Video is the same) check with the equipment suppliers/manufacturers both have full S-VHS support.
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can I use this product, i.e. Scart>S-VHS to connect my VCR to my DVD recorder to transfer VHS material onto its Hard Disc Drive? Thanks
Asked by: NIckH
The connection should be fine for un-protected videos
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can I use this to connect a TV Video combi with scart to a digital projector with S-vhs and phono sockets to project videos?
Asked by: Jenny
Yes but the composite video is reconnended (TV/combi unit may not have full S-VHS support check with manufacturer/supplier of TV)
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2015-07-17

my laptop has 7 pins, is it still possible to connect it to my tv??
Asked by: mark
No sorry, you will need to contact your manufactuer for a 7 pin to 4 pin adaptor.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17
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