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Homemade scart for sweetspot

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by pinkerton, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. pinkerton

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    I'm thinking about buying the sweetspot and am only put off by the price. I want to be able to play my consoles on my PC LCD screen with best quality.
    Is it easy enough to solder up a cable adapter to plug scart into the sweetspot, female scart to 3x RCA i think it would be?
     
  2. groovyclam

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    They also sell the lead you need
     
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    Yeah, for £46!! It would need to have a female scart socket anyway, to plug the consoles scart into.
    Just seems to be alot of money to have RGB/component input for the PC where composite and SVHS is dirt cheap
     
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    I have the sweetspot and RGBs cable - it consist of 3 RCA and Sync is sent down one of the svid leads - you'll need that as well


    TBH the Van Damme leads are good but I couldnt say I was that impressed wiht the quality of the scart connector !!
    I have a QED scart to phono but couldnt use it as no svid sync :(
     

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