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    NES Retrobit NES clone and SCART cable?

    As simple as that: I've just bought the so-called RES, and I want to check if anyone of you knows if it's compatible with a NES-specific SCART cable. I know it's compatible with Everdrive N8 (in fact it's recommended for this clone, as N8 actually improves its capacities), but no one says anything about SCART connections, and it would be nice to know, especially because of the known sound issues of this console (I'm having a bit of a déjà vu here).

    Thanks in advance.

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    There is no NES scart cable as the system was composite only. Any NES with a scart output has been modified. The RES has standard composite and HDMI outputs only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    There is no NES scart cable as the system was composite only.
    True, except for those released in France. Nowhere near true RGB SCART though, but still a SCART output.





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    Yeah, that's true, but that was really just a hack for the French territories at the time since most TVs only had SCART there.
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    Thanks, guys! Fortunately, this console works great as it is. The sound is a little bit grainy, but no complaints: the NES sound chip rocks quite a bit.
    I'm having quite a lot of fun using the Everdrive N8 and the Everdrive X5 (bless its pause button: it feels like having a real SMS!) to compare the few common games on NES's and SMS's catalogs.

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