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Gam3Gear SNES Nintendo N64 Gamecube S Video Cable

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Gam3Gear SNES Nintendo N64 Gamecube S Video Cable

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Product Description Product Description
  • High quaility S-Video Cable for SNES/N64/Gamecube
  • Made by Gam3Gear
  • Cable Length: 168cm
  • NOTE: NOT compatible with PAL GameCube because the console was made out of S-video support but the cable is compatible with NTSC /US GameCube
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Great results using S-video cable for SNES and Nintendo 64 for upscaling to HDMI with upscaler and converter box!I was using the standard composite cable and a separate composite-to-HDMI converter box to upscale my SNES and Nintendo 64 games for use on my TV. The converter box also had S-video input, but I never really considered it, as I was unfamiliar with it. However, after dealing with blurry, but playable, images over composite, I found this cable.I was immediately impressed in the jump in picture quality using the S-video cable. Pixels had sharp edges again, and the weird mosiac artifacts around edges disappeared. Highly recommend using S-video cables as a cheap way to improve the video quality on the SNES and Nintendo 64 when upscaling to HDMI! I should stress that I used a separate converter box to HDMI, not the TV's converter or upscaler.5Crisp image!Whether this is the best s-video cable on the market is hard to say. However, compared to those fake s-video cables with the yellow end (DON'T BUY THEM) this is a massive step up in quality from standard composite. Most of the improvement I've noticed on my SNES, however the image quality of an N64 is certainly honed. I never noticed before that the Hylian Shield in OoT has rivets around the edge. One thing I did notice is the cables are thinner than the OEM cables. Not sure if it's due to an improvement in cable technology since then or these just have cheaper wiring. So far so good, though!5Total crapI bought two N64s, and ordered one cable from a Canadian seller on ebay, and decided to try this one out as well. Of course the Amazon one came first. I was less than impressed with the video coming out of the RetroTink I was using to convert to HDMI. Barely playable, really. Days later the other cable arrives, and I try it out on the same console to compare. NIGHT and DAY. Crisp detail, vivid colors. If you buy this cable, you will be disappointed, period. Total crap.1Great for GameCubeThis is your best option for playing GameCube games on a modern television, if your HDTV has the S-Video input.I recently got my GameCube out of storage (AKA: at my relative's house), and when I plugged it in with composite cables (Red, Yellow, White), the picture was dark and murky. I'm not expecting a console released in 2001 to have stunning HD graphics, but with composite cables I had to turn the brightness all the way up just to see what I was doing in Metroid Prime.I thought component cables would be a nice upgrade, but it turns out Nintendo only made about three of these, and they used a special chip in the cable that cannot be reproduced through third party companies, so your only choice if you want a set of these is to pay $300 or more on eBay. On top of this, Nintendo straight up removed the digital port in all GameCube consoles after the launch model, so even if you had a set you'd be screwed if your GameCube didn't have the right digital out port. My console doesn't have this port, so in addition to this being absurdly expensive, it's not an option anyway.But my TV also has an S-Video port, and this cable is perfect. When I bought it I paid $5, and the picture is nice and bright! It's basically night and day, since the composite cables really make Eternal Darkness live up to its name. But with this cable I booted up X-Men Legends, and it looked great. Not modern I-see-all-the-hair-follicles great, but this is probably the best way to play a GameCube these days if it will work with your TV.If it doesn't, my backup choice would have been to use enKo's Mini Composite to HDMI Converter. It's pricier at $36, but if you don't have S-Video it will take those old composite cables and convert the signal to HDMI. I haven't used this converter, but if this cables hadn't been a significant improvement, I would have tried this next.In short, get this cable if you want to play GameCube games on an HDTV.5Works Great With My SNES. Big Improvement Over Composite Cables.Works great on my SNES. I tried a different s-video SNES cable and saw what looked like interference and distortion. But the picture from this cable is sharp and clear on my 50" LCD. For the price, the result is excellent.If you're looking at video output options on the SNES, here are your choices:1) RF (coaxial cable and converter box that came with every new SNES and plugs into the antenna/cable jack on your TV)2) composite (plugs into the multi-out on the SNES and into the yellow RCA video jack on your TV)3) s-video (plugs into the multi-out on the SNES and into the s-video jack on your TV)4) component (a specially designed cable from hdretrovision that plugs into multi-out and into the Y/Pb/Pr jacks on your TV)5) mods that let you output HDMI, RGB, etc. Requires soldering/cutting/rewiring.There is a incredible difference between the picture from this s-video cable and my old stock SNES composite cable. I'm very happy with the return on my money. I was debating going to the next step in quality, component Y/Pb/Pr cables from hdretrovision. I'm glad I didn't. This s-video cable was a fraction of the price and gives a result I'm very happy with. If I sit a few feet from the TV, I can see a little bit of blur and some color issues that would be cleared up by using a component cable. But it s very minor.Update 3/29/2018: I recently replaced this cable with an expensive component cable. Component cables give a brighter image. The image is also slightly more sharp. Overall, I d say that this s-video cable is the best option unless you re a perfectionist and willing to pay $50+.5A decent cheap alternative, but not really an upgradeThe s-video wire itself is very thin, so shielding could be an issue for some people. I did a direct comparison between this, the Nintendo Official Composite cables and the Nintendo Official S-Video cables. Pictures show the pin differences on the connectors. The image also shows that only one ground is used between the luma and chroma wires, likely to save cost. I noticed a much bigger difference using the Nintendo Official S-Video cables opposed to these or the Nintendo Composite cables in terms of video quality. If you don't own a set of video cables for a SNES, GabeCube, or N64, these might be a safe bet over composite, but I don't think they compare to the original Nintendo S-Video cables. I'd give these a 3.5 star rating if possible.3Do NOT fall for these Low Quality terrible buzzing soundThese cables are advertised as "High Quality" and are absolutely garbage. If you were like me and looking for a way to upgrade the video quality of your Super Nintendo or GameCube, you probably needed an S Video cable. I was told from multiple people that as long as you get the ones with no yellow RCA plug that they work fine. I gave these a shot and was terribly wrong. The video quality is actually worse than my RCA cables. Not sharper about the same, but now have diagonal lines in solid color pallets like blue lakes or green grasses in games. Also these cable have a terrible audio humming sound to them. The louder you turn up your TV the more buzzing you get. If you unplug the S video cable only, not the red and white, the buzzing completely stops. My guess is it's not grounded properly or s shielding interference issue. I retuned these and recommend anyone that is serious about video quality and sound quality to just buy Official brand Nintendo Cables only. I just had to spend $43 for Nintendo brand S video cables and that is the only solution if you want quality.1Perfect picture quality!Just hooked these up to my GameCube and can confirm what other reviewers here have said, these are excellent cables. No checkerboard pattern or static interference of any kind. I actually compared these to Monster S-Video cables and could straight up not tell the difference. Those Monster S-Video Cables are the best quality S-Video cables for the GameCube known to man, but will run you $100. So you understand why I am excited.I don t have a SNES or N64 so I can t speak for those.I think why they are so good is a couple of reasons. One, they are lacking the yellow composite cable which is notorious for splitting and degrading the signal. Two, the video and audio cables are on a sort of ribbon cable that keeps their signal from interfering with each other.But who cares why, get them while they last. To be clear, these are Gam3Gear S-Video Cables that are lacking the yellow video line. I ve seen some Gam3Gear that include that yellow line so be careful to avoid those. I bought these from Shop4fun and while I m typing this they have 11 left. Get them while they last. Because when word gets out they will go fast. They should come in a Gam3Gear little plastic bag.The only better picture possible for the GameCube are component cables that will run you like $250. And your GameCube may not even have a component slot in the back for them. And the SNES and N64 have no component output. So people most often opt for S-Video cables, but often have to hunt for quality cables.So in case I wasn t clear, BUY BUY BUY!5Great boost in quality!I honestly only ordered one of these to start/test with before ordering 2 more to cover SNES, N64 and GCN all at once.I was shocked with the quality right off the bat, especially on the N64, which most people say is where you'll see the least difference at.Things look absolutely great, and this cable does NOT have the yellow composite video cable just sitting there causing interference like many of the other cheap cables do.See attached image for quality comparison and shot of the product. Top right is old OEM composite cables, bottom right is this product.5SNES and Gamecube look much better!Was happy to find out my old CRT TV has an S-Video port hidden on the front. So I picked up this cable to try it out because I have an SNES, N64, and Gamecube. Happy to report good results. Super Metroid on the SNES looks so much better. The colors really pop out, and it's not as murky and blurry as the regular composite cables.So far no issues. I've also played a bit of Resident Evil for the Gamecube and found that it looks a lot less jagged and washed out. It's not a miracle cable, and you're not going to get component or RGB quality, but it's better than composite that's for sure.5
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