mistamontiel wrote:Dead. give. away
Never get an "s-vid" that comes with a composhit yellow plug; you get an s-vid cord it'd besta be s-vid alone only
EDIT: I strongly support to have an s-vid secondary Dreamcast setup before VGA for primary, she's the last one the last console that sings on it! Mine's a uhm I think Naki the brand that's made it?
EDIT 2: A flatty mane? Dreamcast is hardcore CRT driven strict boobtube in me eyes
Ragfish wrote:It might be, but it's hard to say if looking bad on a 16:9 flat-screen is a good enough indicator to tell if the cable is bad, since a lot of the issues you mentioned aren't always the fault of the cable.
As mistamontiel suggested, many s video cables that also have the yellow plug are just composite video coming out of an s video plug, and those suck. Not all of them are like that, but most of them are.
I know retro bit is usually fairly well liked for other stuff so I'd be more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt, but its hard to say without pictures or trying it myself.
AgentMomo wrote:WAIT , HUGE UPDATE HERE.
Snipped and cut out the YELLOW , Which I mentioned before my theory was , their is now no YELLOW TIP drawing a signal which would weaken The S TIP Output Feed ,
But this time I pressed real hard on the S TIP and also the end that goes into the dreamcast itself.
Boom , the white speckles that showed up in the Sega Logos and Character Body parts, The choppiness of the white text is gone.
I also did play with my TV Color Settings too.
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