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PS3 RGB Scart Cable £1.00 @ Poundland

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
For anyone who has a PS3 and for any reason does not use HDMI then this could be useful for them.

Joytech 2.5m RGB Scart Cable

Can also be used to connect the PS3 to a stereo which only has RCA inputs

Saw this in the West Bromwich Poundland store
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#1
http://img198.imageshack.us/img198/6426/24062009058.jpg
#2
Thats HDMI to Scart. Nice.
#3
Don't think it was HDMI, I think it was the standard Playstation connection which is used for SD
#4
dani121
Don't think it was HDMI, I think it was the standard Playstation connection which is used for SD


Sorry you are right but looking for one cheaper couldn't find anything close. £5 from Amazon trade. Good price. Hope some people make use of a good deal. :thumbsup:
banned#5
Adam2050
Thats HDMI to Scart. Nice.


thats exactly what i thought when i first saw it. Even so very nice price as its the same socket as on a ps2 is it not, meaning you could use this for optimum ps2 picture.
#6
JustifiedAncient
thats exactly what i thought when i first saw it. Even so very nice price as its the same socket as on a ps2 is it not, meaning you could use this for optimum ps2 picture.


Yes, this will work fine in the PS2
#7
wow i payed £15 for one from game (a games own brand one too!) afew years ago. Seriously good deal there. for the best possible picture on a standard tv, and if you have a chipped ps1 it is great for those non pal games that would normally come out black and white.
#8
to get the best picture for the PS2 on an HDTV use the Component connection (even better than RGB Scart), don't know if many SDTVs have Component input though.

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