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  1. Seeing as I have a similar question, I'm just going to ask it here. What are some good SCART splitters (multi SCART) available? I'd like to connect several devices with SCART to my TV even though it only has one SCART port. Thus avoiding switching around all the time.
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  2. Originally Posted by JacobE. View Post
    Seeing as I have a similar question, I'm just going to ask it here. What are some good SCART splitters (multi SCART) available? I'd like to connect several devices with SCART to my TV even though it only has one SCART port. Thus avoiding switching around all the time.
    You want a SCART switch, not a SCART splitter.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skytronic-Scart-switch-SCART-sockets/dp/B0007XQA8G/
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bandridge-Performance-Automatic-Selector-Switching/dp/B0015YYN2Q/
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    JacobE., It's really a better idea to start a new thread rather than dig up an old one unless you are answering a question in the old thread.
    So I moved your question to a new thread.

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  4. HarpMaster
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    I don't know if you would call it a Scart splitter but I have a one Scart plug going to five Scart sockets, which I'm using to run two vcr's into my DVD recorder, prior to passing the signal to my computer. It also has sockets for component video and svideo.
    I got it from my local general store for a few pounds. I don't remember exactly, but, probably, not as
    much as five.
    If you're in the UK, you could, most likely, get on from Maplins.
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