jul 19 2017

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

In this article I talk about buying the Atari RGB to SCART cable 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial, acquired on eBay with the seller retro_console_accessories.

This product actually is purchased through two eBay listings that need to be purchased together, they are:

Of course, the second item is optional. You can opt for the simple cable, without the upgrade to mini-coaxial.

If you don't understand anything, I recommend reading my articles on how to extract the best image of your classic consoles through SCART RGB and Framemeister before proceeding. Check out:

In the aforementioned consoles, Mega Drive, Super Nintendo and Playstation One, you don't have to do any modification to extract the RGB signal. Just use the correct cable.

In the case of Atari 2600 and Nintendinho (NES) things are a bit more complicated. We need to make some internal changes to be able to extract the RGB signal.

An Australian called Tim Worthington facilitated the work to launch kits that can be installed on this consoles. They are:

I bought and installed the kit 2600RGB in an Atari 2600. I'll discuss this and show you the step by step installation in future articles.

There are several ways to install the RGB outputs these islands. Some people prefer to install a DB15 connector (the same used for VGA), But what comes in the kit is a DIN of 8 pins for video and one for audio stereo P2. The DIN of 8 PIN is not a random choice, because that's what the Framemeister used. However the audio is separated to avoid interference.

In the case of standard cable (Nintendo NES/Famicom 8 PIN din JP-21 Japanese 21 XRGB pin cable lead for NES RGB) without the upgrade, video and audio are sent to the SCART connector for separate cables, with P2 and DIN plugs 8 pins on the side of the console. In case of upgrade to P2 cable mini-coaxial ends up entering the video cable and follow signs for the same cable, Once the individual conductors shielding eliminates the interference of any form. So, I could even have used only a DIN plug 8 pins for audio and video, eliminating the P2, but I thought it best to keep the default installation of Tim.

The cable has been tested and is working perfectly, but I'll leave the images for articles on installing 2600RGB.

Check out the photos of the Atari RGB to SCART cable 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial:

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

Package with the SCART RGB Cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) - DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial

See also the video of unboxing SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial:

Check out the package tracking information provided by the USPS:

Postal Product:Features:Small Packet
DATE & TIMESTATUS OF ITEMLOCATION
April 12, 2017, 2:40 pmDeliveredBRAZIL
Your item was delivered in BRAZIL at 2:40 pm on April 12, 2017.
April 6, 2017, 1:33 pmCustoms clearance processing completeBRAZIL
April 5, 2017, 10:31 at theCustoms ClearanceBRAZIL
April 5, 2017, 10:30 at theProcessed Through FacilityBRAZIL
April 3, 2017, 3:01 at theDepartedSAO PAULO, BRAZIL
April 2, 2017, 8:31 pmDepartedMIAMI, UNITED STATES
April 2, 2017, 12:53 pmArrivedMIAMI, UNITED STATES
April 2, 2017, 10:23 at theProcessed Through FacilityISC MIAMI FL (USPS)
April 1, 2017, 8:19 at theArrived at Regional USPS FacilityMIAMI FL INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION CENTER
April 1, 2017, 8:19 at theArrived at FacilityISC MIAMI FL (USPS)
March 31, 2017, 1:27 at theDeparted USPS Regional FacilityOPA LOCKA FL DISTRIBUTION CENTER
March 31, 2017, 1:27 at theArrived at Regional USPS FacilityOPA LOCKA FL DISTRIBUTION CENTER
March 30, 2017, 7:37 pmDeparted Post OfficePALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 33410
March 30, 2017, 6:52 pmAcceptancePALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 33410
March 30, 2017, 11:54 at theShipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting ItemPALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 33410
March 30, 2017Pre-Shipment Info Sent to USPS, USPS Awaiting Item

E estas são as informações de rastreamento fornecidas pelo Correios:

12/04/2017
14:40
Delivered to the addressee object ?
12/04/2017
12:39
Object out for delivery to the recipient
10/04/2017
14:04
INDAIATUBA / SP
Object forwarded
Operating unit in INDAIATUBA / SP for distribution Unit in
06/04/2017
13:35
CURITIBA / PR
Object forwarded
de Unidade de Distribuição em CURITIBA / PR para Unidade Operacional em INDAIATUBA / SP
06/04/2017
13:33
Object left the International Unit
05/04/2017
10:31
CURITIBA / PR
Object forwarded
de Unidade de Distribuição em CURITIBA / PR para Unidade Administrativa em Fiscalizacao Aduaneira / BR
05/04/2017
10:30
Object received by the post Office of Brazil
02/04/2017
10:23
UNITED STATES /
Object forwarded
from country to UNITED STATES / para País em BRASIL / BR
30/03/2017
18:52
Object posted

And this is the purchase summary table:

Product Name:SCART RGB cable for Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial
Name Original:
  1. Nintendo NES/Famicom 8 PIN din JP-21 Japanese 21 XRGB pin cable lead for NES RGB
  2. Upgrade any SCART or Xrgb cable to coaxial pro cabling Saturn Genesis SNES etc
Store:eBay | Seller: retro_console_accessories | Store: retroaccessories
Value:
  1. R$ 65,39
  2. R$ 56,07
Current value:
  1. US $1.021,22 (Obs: deve haver algum erro nesse valor, use o “Make Offerou contate a vendedora)
  2. US$ 18,20
Payment Method:PayPal
Shipping Type:USPS Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelope
Shipping Fee:R$ 97,97
Package Home Country:USA
Purchase Data:27/03/2017
Submission Date:30/03/2017
Data Delivery:12/04/2017
Time in Transit:13 days
Declared content:
  1. TV Cable
  2. Upgrade any SCART ou Xrgb cable to coaxial cab
Type Marked Content:Merchandise
Declared Value:
  1. US$ 4,99
  2. US$ 4,00

Total: US$ 8,99
Frete: US$ 28,45

Taxed:Not
Taxable Value:-
Tax Value:-

E encerro aqui o artigo sobre o Cabo SCART RGB para Atari 2600 and Nintendo (NES) – DIN 8 pins + P2 Stereo c/upgrade for Mini-Coaxial, com uma avaliação positiva tanto para o produto quanto para a vendedora retro_console_accessories. If you also want to shop in eBay, Direct US and other countries, click the article links and good shopping. And all I ask is that you indidicate the article (or the blog) for at least a friend. 🙂

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