PS1 games are compatible with a ridiculous number of PlayStation systems… PS2, PS3, and don’t write off the handhelds! We go in-depth into all of these options, and you might be surprised by the features and quirks we discover!
My Life in Gaming: In this follow up episode to the “RGB and the Framemeister 101 :: Getting the Best Picture from Retro Consoles” episode, Coury and Try answer some of the most common questions they got in that video.
Questions like “What connection do you use for each console?”, “Does the big SCART connector fit into that little connection on the front of the XRGB Framemeister” and “How do you have all this integrated into your setup?” will be answered in this episode.
If you’re new to the whole RGB thing, check out the first video right here: http://youtu.be/43dzrCAfU3A
SCART Definition from RetroRGB.com: Said simply, RGB is the best possible video output you can get from classic game consoles. The image is sharper, the colors are more defined and it’s overall a much clearer picture. The best way I can describe RGB vs some of the other methods of playing classic game systems is this: It’s just like looking through a clean window vs. a dirty one. In many cases, it’s that big of a difference.