Panasonic PW6 TY42TM6YB Board. What exactly does it do?

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  1. Uzey

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    Seen the PW6 on Ebuyer for 1599.99 and it includes a TY42TM6YB board (which takes up 2 slots). They state on their website that it will provide sockets for Composite, Component, S-Video and RGB. Does anybody know what the RGB bit means exactly? Is this a SCART socket or another socket that can take the RGB signals from my SKY+ box?
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    there are 5 BNC sockets which will accept RGBHV or RGsB - neither of which are the form of RGB found in scart sockets (RGBs - sync on composite). You would still require an RGB to VGA converter. However you do use 3 of the five BNCs for component video. So it's effectively a component video plus s-video board.
     
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    Cheers Liam!
     

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