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SCART to Component Video Converter (Retrotek SCBV1P3)



SCART to Component Video Converter (Retrotek SCBV1P3)

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Retro gaming at it's finest Retrotek SCBV1P3 SCART to Component Video Converter This is a converter box that passively converts any 15.7KHz RGB SCART video signal into component video (plus L/R audio) compatible with any CRT SDTV or HDTV that can sync 15.7KHz video. As previously mentioned, this converter is completely passive (no upscaling), so there is absolutely no video or audio delay beyond the transit time through the pcb traces and opamps, perfect for lag free enjoyment. Compatible with retro consoles that can natively output RGB through SCART (such as Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Playstation 1, etc) and is a great way to enjoy high quality RGB gaming using conventional readily available commercial CRT televisions instead of expensive and more rare professional video monitors that only accept RGB input. Comes with converter box and accompanying power supply, so everything is ready to go on arrival! If you have any technical questions about this device, be sure to send me a email through ebay and I'd be happy to give you a prompt reponse. It's time to enjoy retro gaming the way it was supposed to be enjoyed. FAQs: Q: Will this work with both European SCART pinout and Japanese RGB21 cables? A: Unfortunely, no, this will only work with the European SCART standard. Japanese RGB21 cables are much more costly and rare, while SCART cables are cheap and plentful. So please make sure your cables are true European SCART cables to work properly. Q: Will any HDTV with component video input work with this device? A: This is a complicated question. In general, the answer is it depends. Almost all CRT based HDTVs with component inputs will work without issue, along with early LCD TVs with component input. However later model HDTVs started dropping support for 15.7KHz video through component input, therefore won't work. If using an non-CRT HDTV, please check to make sure it supports syncing 15.7KHz video before purchasing.