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RGB2COMP

SKU: RGB2COMP-GC

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Zero-lag analog transcoder to convert RGB video to component video.

 

  • Supports 240p/480i/288p/576i/480p/720p/1080i and custom resolutions
  • 1x SCART input
  • 5x RCA output (Y, Pb, Pr, Left, Right)
  • microUSB power input with noise filtering and overcurrent protection
  • Rec. 601 conversion matrix
  • Limited time - special edition Greg Collins 3D printed case included with order
  • PRODUCT INFO

    The RGB is super easy to use. Connect your SCART input source and RCA component video cables to your display. You'll need to find a micro-USB power source for the device. The RGB2COMP uses very little current (<100mA) and has robust power noise filtering so just about any USB source should work great.

$59.99Price
 

Shipping and Payment

RetroTINK only sells items from inventory. We usually ship within 2 to 3 days of order placement. You will receive a confirmation once the package is sent, along with a tracking number.

Shipments are sent via United States Postal Service.

US domestic shipments are extremely reliable and usually arrive within 2-4 days of leaving our San Diego location.

International shipments vary from 1 week to a month or more.

For international orders, we can assist up to the point where the parcel leaves the United States. Once the parcel has entered your local postal system, you will need to contact your post office for assistance with missing or delayed packages. We have zero control over your nation's postal network.

 

Return and Warranty Policy

Sales are final. If you believe your unit is defective, send it back to me and I will inspect. If the unit is defective, I will reimburse a reasonable shipping fee and send you a new unit at no extra cost. If the unit is functional, then you may pay to have the unit shipped back to you.


Note: defective means a manufacturing error. Defective does not cover audio/video incompatibilities with your specific console and/or display.