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- Nickel Shielded
- Cable Length 6ft
- Compatible with Dreamcast
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There's nothing more important than a clear picture when playing video games! With the Sega Dreamcast VGA cable, you can enjoy playing your favorite Dreamcast games on any TV or monitor with a VGA output, providing a clear picture with 640x480 resolution. The light weight and ease of use make this VGA cable an ideal choice for any gamer!
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This cable is really solid and feel well built. The only issues I had was that the connection you have to hook up on the back of the Dreamcast for this you really have to make sure it's all the way in and may even have to move it a bit to get a video signal at all. I learned this the hard way, after I hooked it up to my PC since my VGA to HDMI converter did not come in the mail yet. So make sure you have the Dreamcast connection in fully and move it around a bit or you may not see any video at all.
I also get some audible buzzing from my TV when I have the Dreamcast on. No I have been unable to tell if this is due to the cable or my converter box, or just my TV having a issue with the signal.
- the wires are aluminum
- the soldering is not good (but I didn't fix it because there isn't enough slack to fix it without making a lot of work for myself)
- the strain relief is not good/mostly for show
- the VGA connector - which I didn't touch - requires some wiggling to get it to display one color. It's not the Extron RGB interface at fault here as it works fine with other inputs.
If this thing were about half the price, I would give it 5 stars. At this price, I want to see proper soldering with copper wires and a connector that doesn't need to be replaced after almost no abuse.
Like, you'll think, oh, its only the step above 480i and that looks like crud. But in reality it's the biggest friggin' next step up in video quality there is. It's no 1080p, but it might as well be.