mistamontiel wrote:w-0-w. I thought even across the pond having the SCART/JP21 cord was upgrade and not bundled (*cough* 7th generation vs consoles after *cough*)
Funny enough cuz I have seen OEM the official RGB cords and what were packed-in cost for quite a bit! Oh but they're boxed in themselves even.. hum
I cherish my boobtube family, I cherish them for s-vid+component so dearly much, but dagnabbit I wouldn't dare rotate either on her side to hurt, it's hard to have anyone service them cuz obviously I no wrench
rjay63 wrote:I preferred RGB SCART on a CRT TV compared to VGA on a PC CRT. The larger dot pitch on the CRT TV gives DC games a natural smoothness.
rjay63 wrote:I also prefer the larger screens sizes of CRT's.
rjay63 wrote:Some of the more 'modern' CRT TV's I own have digital chassis so I can manually change the colour saturation on RGB SCART. However on my largest CRT TV's (and my older ones) RGB SCART colour saturation cannot be adjusted.
mazonemayu wrote:I have always been an RGB person (the DC was released in my country with the official RGB cable in the box coz it was our standard back then.
mazonemayu wrote:I did get a VGA box and it is nice and all, but imho not worth the trade off of having to play on a smaller screen.
Rly? Lucky guy!
I did not even know there were countries where the RGB-cable came bundled. What country are you from?
I had to purchase it separately, RGB-cables were among the first things I ordered when I had a new system.
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