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Insurrection Industries Super Nintendo RGB SCART Cable (w/ csync) SNES

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Insurrection Industries  Super Nintendo RGB SCART Cable (w/ csync) SNES

Get the best quality from your Console with RGB SCART cables.  These cables support Csync.

Features:

  • Double external shielding with braid and foil
  • Independently shielded stereo audio to reduce noise
  • Independently shielded RGB video to reduce noise
  • Independently shielded sync signal to reduce interference and video noise
  • Pure copper 24 AWG multi-stranded wires used for all color, sync and audio signals for maximal signal quality
  • All cables use very high quality Nichicon UHV capacitors where needed
  • Every cable is designed with industry standard impendence and signal level characteristics for maximal compatibility and performance

 

PLEASE NOTE:

  • This cable is for NTSC region Super Nintendo/Super Famicom consoles only! Using with other consoles may cause damage to the console or display device
  • We can not guarantee that this cable will work with modified consoles   
  • This cable will only work for modified consoles (Such as the N64) which are configured to output TTL (unattenuated) C-sync to pin 3 of the AV multi-out 
  • Wired for dedicated C-sync signal by default, this may not be compatible with all consoles and display devices
  • We provide a limited warranty for a duration of one year from the date of purchase
  • We will repair or replace any item which is not functioning correctly due to manufacturing defects
  • We do not accept returns or issue refunds once an order has been placed

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Insurrection Cysnc SCART cable.

    Posted by Dan W. on Jun 16th 2021

    Works as intended on my modded 1chip.

  • 5
    Gold standard in RGB cables

    Posted by NuVanDibe on May 26th 2021

    I've tried multiple RGB cables. This is the only one that has ZERO noise and gives the clearest signal I've ever seen. Behind my Retrotink 5X, I can't tell the difference between an original SNES and emulation anymore. If you can use RGB, you definitely want this cable.