Your television or display must be able to support "" video over YPbPr to use this product.
You can easily test for this by following the steps outlined at the bottom of this page.
Length: 6ft (1.8m) nominal
Impedance: 75Ω nominal
Shielding: Aluminum Mylar w/ Braid
Video Interface Capability: CEA-770.2-D (one 75Ω load per channel)
For TVs and devices with separate composite video and component video jacks
IMPORTANT NOTE: If your TV/device has 3.5mm (headphone-style) video ports, now is the time to plug in the respective RCA breakout adapters for all of these ports.
- Connect the composite video (yellow) cord from your retro console into the Y (green) jack of the component video set on your TV or device.
- Connect two extra RCAs cables (color doesn't matter) into the Pb (blue) and Pr (red) jacks next to the Y (green) jack. Make sure the other end of these two cables remain disconnected. We advise against using the RCA audio cables (red & white) attached to the yellow composite cable you just plugged in. Please use a completely separate set of cables for this step.
- Select the corresponding input on your TV/device. For example, if you plugged the cable into the jack labeled Component 2, then select Component 2 on your device's input menu.
- Insert a game and turn on your retro console. Do not use Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for Genesis or Radical Psycho Machine Racing (RPM Racing) for SNES, as you might get invalid test results when using those games.
- Verify that a picture is displayed indicating that your game is running. The picture should be stable (not jumping around or flashing on/off) and in black&white with some distortions where color should be. A stable black&white image, with fluid game motion, indicates that your TV/device is compatible. If proper 240p processing is important to you, now is the time to check if rapid motion and/or flashing game objects are being displayed properly as described above. Instead, if you see a message that says "No Signal", "Unsupported Signal Format", or "Mode Not Supported" then your TV/device doesn't accept 240p on its component video inputs. You'll need a separate processing box or a different TV/device.