The Scart connector is a 21-pin audio/video jack that is often used in older televisions and VCRs and is thus not a separate type of signal. Unlike the composite connector, which has only a red and a white plug, it combines several options for transmitting audio and video signals. In addition to composite, S-Video and RGB signals can also be transmitted, resulting in better picture quality.

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