Welcome to retro gaming cables
Do you want to relive those simple days when gaming was about skill, patience and having no ability for saving your progress? When you had to pause your game at meal times and pray that your mum didn't turn off your games console! Those were the days, but then again do you remember having to tune in your television to play your games, and having to endure a grainy picture? Chances are that back in the day you didn't realise that the picture was grainy, and suffered from colour bleeding, because to you it looked awesome! And it was awesome! But fast forward to the present time, dust off your Super Nintendo, slam in Mario, power up, connect to your telly, tune in that bad boy, and then disappointment prevails. The sudden realisation that the picture compared to today's hi-definition looks horrible. This is because nowadays we take sharp colourful television pictures for granted. Lucky for you there is a solution to this problem. Unknown to many, most retro games consoles have the ability to output a video format called RGB video, which is the best video format achievable from those classic consoles, but manufacturers like Nintendo and Sega thought they could save a few bucks by shipping consoles with RF cables instead of RGB video cables. So we have made it our duty to right this unforgivable crime against humanity! So level up with an RGB cable from retro gaming cables and we promise you won't be disappointed.