I actually bought it here. It has a 50/60 switch on it
You're becoming predictable young jedi
TBH , for most people, it's more a case of available space and compromising with the other half. Most people just want to play the game from the original console and can't be bothered looking for a 60hz console, japanese imports and fork out the money for a broadcasting CRT (I hope you've one of these retr0 otherwise you're living in ignorance ) ... also not everybody has the time to play retro-games for more than a odd hour a week so for the occasional game, it HAS to be all about compromise.
As for the initial question, my advice would be to get these 3 things.
RGB to SCART cable
Connect it to a SCART to HDMI converter
Hdmi cable to connect into the monitor.
or if your monitor has VGA input, get a scart to vga cable and just enjoy your game time.
As Brownfinger pointed out though you may experience some lag depending on the upscaling processor, it's unavoidable but quite minimal in general. My best friend runs his MD on his flatscreen TV and I never really noticed lag there.
eddhorse Registered User
But it's Jean Luc?
Plus its the Arcade and Retro Forum, JPEGs are Retro now.
Thanks for that. Good info
V-man Registered User
I use the same solution for my MSX2 and Amiga's and confirm this works very well
If you are lucky enough to have a TV with a good analogue circuit you could skip on the SCART to HDMI Converter.
There's using RF cables instead of RGB but an even bigger crime is playing the PS2 version of Resi 4 over the Gamecube version or the later releases based off the GC version.
That Game use version was the best...
played it on PC . wasn't the easiest experience, especially without a gamepad