Yeah; I want to try sync-on-luma on Playstations… I’d like to buy C-sync cables actually since you never know where will they be plugged in the future, but as I don’t know if the sync stripper is placed at the SCART plug (which would be quite pointless in regards to signal quality), I think luma-sync is a safer bet…
For the PlayStation, the PS1 cable is recommended for the PS1 and the PS2 cable is recommended for the PS2
Well, I meant to say if you had to choose one cable for both systems, which one sounds like the better option.
Probably, I am not 100% sure on the Saturn’s output but if it’s not properly attenuated for 75 ohm then it’s outputting TTL spec signal and this is outside of spec. It MIGHT cause wear and tear to your TV.
So it’s possible that Sega assumed that the customer would always use a cable with these attenuation properties!? Where could I learn a bit about this 75 Ohm/TTL signal thing and the possible effects of the latter on TV sets, please? It’s totally new to me.
And maybe you’re allowed to share The Foo’s e-mail (non-Ebay) address so that I can ask him directly about his cables?