Peritel is the original spec and some of those used a modified Din
connector. The oold Amstrad version of the Spectrum computer had a peritel
port on it it was a din. When the french inventedthe scart they used the
same electrical specs, but added to it and called it Scart.
I am sure its initials mean something in the French.
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Subject: "Peritelevision" = SCART?
Anyone else ever seen a TV marked "peritelevision" instead of "SCART"?
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