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Female SCART to BNC adapter breakout cable plus built in sync separator LM1881.
To enable the use of RGB games consoles and RGB computers on Sony PVM monitors which have BNC inputs for RGB and Sync (Not compatible with sync on green). Also not compatible with the Sony PVM2030 monitor which use a 25pin d-sub input referred to as the CMPTR connector. For this and other PVM monitors which use the 25pin d-sub input you will need a female SCART to 25 way connector.
This adapter cable converts "sync over composite video" into a composite sync (CSYNC) signal using a built in sync stripper circuit called an LM1881. A composite sync signal eradicates timing problems often experienced with old gaming machines. Please see the SCART cable power requirements below to enable the video sync separator to operate. This cable is also available without the sync stripper here. This cable benefits from being screened to minimise electrical interference and all ground pins are connected inside the SCART to avoid compatibility issues.
This adapter cable is mandatory for Sony monitors PVM 2950G and PVM 2950QM, NEC Multisync 4PG & XM29 Plus and also an Extron Matrix Switch, however, it will also work on all other Sony PVM monitors which accept separate R-G-B and sync BNC inputs. For all those CSYNC purists out there! Please check out our Professional RGB monitor compatibility list to see some of our customers monitor/games consoles setups.
Power requirements for (CSYNC) video sync separator:
If your monitor has a mono sound input only you will need a stereo to mono adapter. PVM models which require this adapter include the PVM20M2MDE & PVM14M2MDE.
If you want to connect to an Extron Matrix Switch get your Phoenix audio connectors here.
We now offer a plug and play solution for the audio in on an Extron, which is an RCA / Phono to Phoenix adapter. Which is available as an input or an output here.
Please ensure that your monitor is set to RGB mode and not component video mode YPbPr. If you experience a purple tint to the image it means that the monitor is set to component. Please refer to your user manual on how to switch your monitor into RGB mode.
All cables are tested before dispatch. This is not an official Sony Product.
|Monitor||Majority of Sony PVM monitors which use analogue RGB BNC inputs, including the PVM2950Q, PVM2950QM, PVM20M2MDE & PVM14M2MDE.|
|Region||Pal, NTSC, SECAM|
|Video and audio format|
|Sync type||This adapter accepts "sync over composite video", "sync over luma" and "composite sync (CSYNC)". In all three cases the output to the monitor will be "composite sync (CSYNC)" which is achieved using the built in video sync separator.|
|Shielded?||YES - Individually shielded mini coaxial cables|
|Connector A||Female EuroSCART|
|Connector B||4 x Male BNC connectors. Red, Green, Blue & yellow (sync). 2 x male RCA/Phone connectors for left and right audio.|