SCART connector - definition of SCART connector by The Free Dictionary
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1. a scratch or scrape
2. a stroke of a pen
3. a small amount; scraping
[C14: from earlier scrat]
Scart (skɑːt) or
a. a 21-pin plug-and-socket system which carries picture, sound, and other signals, used esp in home entertainment systems
b. (as modifier): a Scart cable.
[C20: after Syndicat des Constructeurs des Appareils Radiorécepteurs et Téléviseurs, the company that designed it]
Past participle: scarted
References in periodicals archive
Many potential Freeview customers however wish to update older television sets that predate the SCART connector
Likewise, if the SCART connector
is slightly out of place on the TV or the machine, the console will show the 'on' light but no display on screen.
The kit includes covert wireless video camera, transmitter, receiver, aerial box, SCART connector
and realistic mock book.
Holberg noted that the multi-format output is ideal for systems in Europe where SCART connector
compatibility is a necessity.
The device provides outputs to drive a TV SCART connector
and a RF modulator.