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The RAD2x is the perfect plug and play low latency solution for connecting your PAL and NTSC Sega Saturn to a modern flat screen television This is a based on the same technology used in the RetroTINK2x with the added bonus of supporting RGB video, and, unlike other all-in-one HD cable solutions the RAD2X correctly interprets the the 240p signal correctly and processes this as a progressive scan image and then line doubles this to 480p. This also benefits from a smoothing feature to enhance 3D games.
Requires a Male HDMI to mini C HDMI cable (not supplied). However we sell a 2 metre cable here or a 1 metre cable here.
- Formats: 240p/480i, 288i/576i, NTSC / PAL
- Input: RGB internally converted to YPbPr
- Built-in anti-aliasing LPF
- Output: miniHDMI at 480p/576p (line-doubled mode)
- Default 4:3 Aspect Ratio
- Latency: About 53 microseconds
- Audio: 24-bit stereo
- Optional smoothing filter with mechanical ON/OFF switch
- No need for external power supply*
- Fully shielded PACKAPUNCH cable from the console to the RAD2X
All cables are tested before dispatch. Made in Great Britain. This is not an official Sega Product. Produced under Licence by RetroTink LLC. The Adopted Trademarks HDMI, HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Retro Gaming Cables Limited is a licensed HDMI adoptor.
*Some Saturn consoles don't output enough power for the RAD2X resulting in a loud audio buzzing and or screen anomalies. If this occurs you can use external power directly to the RAD2X via the microUSB port. However this requires the removal of a small plastic tab to gain access to the microUSB port.
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