regarding consoles: What is the best way to send picture to the TV, RGB, composite, Svideo?

Gomce

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I am in Europe and I have PAL ps2
I was using untill now the composite A/V way via the cable that came with my PS2 console,

Looking at the back of my parents TV I saw it had RGB entry.

What kind of cable do I need to use it? Do I need component cable or what? and is the picture better this way than composite? I don't have S-Video entry.

Thanks

p.s. whats the price of an RGB scart?
 

A5

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RGB (Component) inputs would give you the best quality, but the cables to connect to it from the PS2 can run 30 USD and up... :p
 

Beau

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1 - Composite (Separate RGB cables)
2 - SVideo (basically composite wires of smaller guage, all contained in one cable)
3 - RCA (coax without sound distortion)
4 - Coax (sux)
 

joohang

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Originally posted by: Beau6183
1 - Composite (Separate RGB cables)
2 - SVideo (basically composite wires of smaller guage, all contained in one cable)
3 - RCA (coax without sound distortion)
4 - Coax (sux)

You mean component, sir. :p
 

Gomce

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I bought RGB scart, goldplated Blaze $32 (regular online price is $20 but I am in remote country so...)

OMG, what a difference,
the noise that was present before now is gone, the picture is much more crisp, calm, and sharp. Definately worth it. :> I busted my ass playing Tekken 4 today