For many TV visual equipment, Scart leads are still the standard, however they are slowly being phased out in favour of HDMI cables. However, at the moment, they are still readily available from many audio and visual stores and more importantly online. This article will show where you can buy replacement Scart leads.
Scart cables are the standard way to plug non-high-definition devices into your TV. They are so common now, that they cost very little to buy and usually, they can outlast the devices which they are plugged into. Tests by major reviewing magazines have shown that there is very little difference between cheap and expensive Scart leads, so always aim to buy one that is not too expensive.
Where to buy Scart leads
Argos is one of the retailers of Scart leads which have stores around the country as well as provide an online service. Hence, if you live near one of Argos stores and you need a Scart lead, then you may want to pop down to the store and buy one. However, you may pay a slight premium compared to some of the online retailers to be able to do this.
Ebuyer (Ebuyer.com) Ebuyer has some great deals on Scart leads and offer lots of them. They are a reputable seller who provide quick postage.
Ebay (Ebay.co.uk) Ebay is a great place to buy new and used Scart leads. Many people at the moment upgrading to HDTVs, will no long need old TV cables and will sell them on. This is a great way to save money. Companies also sell items on eBay. Always make sure that you check the seller's feedback and postage costs before buying the Scart leads. There is also a completed listings feature, so you can see what similar items have been previously sold. Amazon Amazon offers many Scart leads and have some great deals on them. Many of the Amazon third party retailers offer Scart leads as well, unlike direct from Amazon, you will probably have to pay a small postage fee. Make sure that you check the seller's feedback before purchasing, if you are buying from a third party.