Scart Block Reviews
Newest Review: ... of years now, TV's now generally have more than one scart socket as standard, but often even this isn't enough to keep up ... more
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Customer Scart Block Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/10/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
The Scart Block comes under the Gaming section, but it is useful for non-gamers too. I do play on my old consoles occassionally, but as my TV has just a single Scart socket I find it useful on a daily basis. As the name of the product suggests, it is a block with three scart sockets on it, giving a single socket the ability to accomodate three devices at once. Although multiple scart blocks have been around for a number of years now, TV's now generally have more than one scart socket as standard, but often even this isn't enough to keep up with demand due to an ever-increasing arrar of gadgets now available for our TV set's. It is common for people to own a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
'They' - 'they' of course being the mainly-Japanese-owned electronics companies who manufacture new television sets - are apparently, as we found out yesterday currently in the process of "phasing out SCART technology". This is according to information given to us by a variety of TV shop sales assistants in and around the Cribbs Causeway retail park near Bristol. New televisions rarely have more than one SCART socket on the back; the SCART being the (now old-fashioned) slot-in mechanism whereby you connect your various pieces of electronic home-entertainment equipment together. You have an old-style (ie. not 'HD ready') TV with an equally old-style ... Read the complete review
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