CRT:Console Video Output

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Native RGB Output

Note: Varies depending on region. Special cable usually required. See

  • Atari Jaguar
  • Epoch Super Cassette Vision (possibly the first console with native RGB out)
  • GameCube (PAL models only)
  • Neo Geo AES
  • Sega Dreamcast
  • Sega Genesis/Mega Drive (except both Wondermega models)
  • Sega Master System (first model and French second model)
  • Sega Saturn
  • SNES
  • Sony PlayStation
  • Sony PlayStation 2
  • Sony PlayStation 3
  • TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine (through boosted-sync SCART cable on expansion port, or through dB-Elec Grafx Booster; note that these can only be used on standalone consoles and not Duo consoles)

Modded RGB Output

Component Output

Component video is typically supported in the Sony PVM/BVM line of monitors, and many late model TVs support component. Component video is supported in most HDTVs, though it is better to use HDMI if the console supports it. Component video is technically different than RGBS video, but offers excellent quality and can produce HD video resolutions. It's a good 'second option' for output to a capable low definition monitor / TV.

  • Microsoft Xbox
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 (VGA also supported)
  • Nintendo GameCube (via very expensive cable; only on DOL-001 consoles)
  • Nintendo Wii (plays GameCube games)
  • Nintendo Wii U
  • Sony PlayStation 2
  • Sony PlayStation 3 (lowest resolution is 480i, does not display 240p)
  • Sony PSP (PSP-2000 and 3000 models only)