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Old 11 February 2007, 13:50   #40
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Originally Posted by T_hairy_bootson
Both options on older and newer cheap TVs. Expensive and newer TVs will have S-Video and RGB and composite. I know composite is inferior to SCART but it just never really caught on here unless you bought a blaunkpunt (not sure on spelling) or another expensive German TV. Even the 1084 monitors sold here didnt have the scart connectors in them.
Your confusing a video connector with a video signal. SCART is just a type of connector. SCART connectors aren't popular in OZ. As for the 1084, there were many sold in Australia that had SCART. I certainly had one that had SCART.
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