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Keene RGB To S-video Convertor (UK PSU)

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  • Easily convert set-top box RGB (composite sync) to s-video, composite video and stereo audio
  • Powered convertor with no loss of signal quality
  • Small and discrete design, easy to hide away
  • S-video cable included
RRP: £69.99 You Save: £10.00 (14%)

£59.99 inc Vat £49.99 ex Vat
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (6)

Q: Hi, I want to capture S-VHS tapes on a S-VHS video recorder that only has RGB Scart Output. My capture device takes s-video input. from what I understand RGB Scart fully supports the full line resolution of S-VHS recordings (as does s-video). Will this device maintain the full s-vhs line resolution on it's s-video output? I'm afraid this will reduce the Scart RGB image down to the much lower quality composite signal...

Posted On: 28/11/2016 By: Robert

A: With the RGB2S you get a signal that is the maximum resolution that the 'S' system will cope with. The RGB signal coming off an 'S' vcr is not going as good as RGB can be, as the source is an SVHS tape, but the RGB2S will recover as much as is possible.
Q: If I connect the RGB2s box to a PVR which is outputting RGB at 1080i, rather than 576i, will I still get an S-video output? If it does still give an output, will it be 'true' S-video (ie the analogue equivalent of 576i) or will it be separate Y and C, but at the same resolution as the input (ie Y at, effectively, 1080 interlaced vertical lines)? Thanks

Posted On: 12/11/2016 By: Mr R Gordon

A: No. Unfortunately 'S' video is a PAL standard interface and is only supported at 576i or 480i for NTSC version. So the encoding chips do not work with other resolutions
Q: is psu included?

Posted On: 21/11/2014 By: Bryan Whyte

A: yes
Q: Hello, This can accept signal from NTSC and PAL ? Thnak you.

Posted On: 18/11/2014 By: alex

A: Yes but the output will be NTSC or Pal depending on input.
Q: I Hi, I have a new SKY HD box which has RGB output via scart. Is this the right box to convert to Y/C and will it give better quality compared to the composite output from the SKY HD box?

Posted On: 14/11/2010 By: Mike

A: This will convert the scart RGB signal to Y/C and it is slightly better than composite. If you run scart to scart and set Sky to RGB as this will be better than composite or s-video.

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