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Saturn A/V cables

Discussion in 'Saturn' started by Shaneus, Oct 2, 2001.

  1. Shaneus

    Shaneus New Member

    had a look on ncsx and liksang, and playthegames, no luck :(

    any other ideas???
     
  2. Parric

    Parric New Member

    You can usually find such things on EBay. I just bought a Saturn S-Video cable there.
     
  3. Curtis

    Curtis Member

    I think burn.com.au still has some
     
  4. megametalgreymon

    megametalgreymon New Member

    iceamn usually has s-video cables on sale, have you considered making your own though (www.gamesx.com has the pinouts)
     
  5. Shaneus

    Shaneus New Member

    Have certainly considered it, but where can i get the 10-pin plug?

    I DO have a SCART cable i dont use, and i could probably hack it to shreds, but having seen the value of these on an aussie website ($47 A), am rather hesitant...

    BTW picked up the scart cable for $5!!!

    and they had controller extention cables for $2!!

    i shoulda bought another scart cable :(
     
  6. kyosuke75

    kyosuke75 New Member

    I got my a/v cable for 10 bucks on ebay brand new! I would look there and don't pay more than 12 bucks for one..unless you're desperate for one.

    Kyosuke75
     
  7. ExCyber

    ExCyber Staff Member

    Shaneus: Aren't there SCART extension cables? Couldn't you get (or make) one of those, hack *that* up to bring out composite video and L/R audio,, and hook it up to the Saturn SCART cable?
     
  8. megametalgreymon

    megametalgreymon New Member

    $47 for a scart cable

    i brought mine for £2 a while back

    id forgot about the din plug though, i assume your looking for outputs with normal coaxial connections on the end (l&r audio, and a video signal) if so you should be able to get a scart to composite vedo and audio converter at a tv shop

    can you not get a tv with a scart socket possibly?
     
  9. Shaneus

    Shaneus New Member

    finding a TV with scart aint easy... esp. a second hand one (all my $$$ goes on Sega!)

    can anyone recommend any tvs i should look out for which have them? (ie is there a brand which has them on their tv's as standard?)
     
  10. mal

    mal Member

    Hang on.

    One minute you're talking about the 'high' cost of cables and now you're talking about getting a new telly.

    Burn Games have AV cables for A$27.

    Blimey!
     
  11. Shaneus

    Shaneus New Member

    hmmm.... good point...

    me = tired and lazy and not thinking right...

    but scart would be good tho...

    spending $27 is a last resort...
     

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