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rgb to vga

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by sargetheboss, Aug 2, 2004.

  1. sargetheboss

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    hello all forum members and maw
    Has anybody used a syncblaster rgb to vga cable from keene electronics
    If so are they any good?
    Thanks in advance. :lease:
    I have a panasonic th-pwd6. :)
    www.keene.co.uk
     
  2. Apnomis

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    Jeez that's an expensive cable, I've never seen anything like that before. £70 to turn a Scart lead to a VGA lead you would hope it would work very well. But the question is if it did work well why would anyway need to buy the JS Technologies RGB to VGA converter.

    If it could do it with just a cable why spend £150 on a converter, because of this I doubt it would get much of a possitive response from this forum as many people use the JS converter and I'm sure they realised this cheaper option was available...

    I'd be very interested to know what you think of it sargetheboss, especially what improvement can be seen compared to a straight Scart to Scart connection
     
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    Hi,

    The syncblaster isn't just a cable adapter. It also boosts the sync voltage so that a suitable display (one that can accept a 15kHz signal) can lock onto the interlaced rgb signal. The sync blaster has had good reviews but the JS device is considered better.

    Brian
     

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