Belkin 240cm Scart Lead
2.4M Belkin Silver Series Scart Cable, Male to Male, Silver
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Belkin Male to Male 2.4m Scart Lead
Standard oxygen-free copper (OFC) contains hundreds of individual copper crystals per inch, which can negatively affect signals as they pass from one crystal to another. PureAV's PCOCC process creates a single copper crystal with exceptional transmission properties. Scart cable offers an optimal solution for analogue audio and video transfer.
• Colour: Silver.
• Four-Layer shielding isolates from noise for superior clarity.
• Precision-formulated, polyethylene dielectric material maintains stronger signals that yield superior video accuracy.
• 99.99% Oxygen-free.
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- 999 months
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