QUOTE(Heimdall @ Sep 5 2010, 10:50 PM)
Yes, I'd expect you to be able to solder your own cables to an existing connector, but there's only one way to find out - open up the connector.
The page you linked to looks good, and seems to have saved you the trouble of matching the Xbox AVIP pinouts to the SCART ones from Wikipedia, but you should check yourself using the two pages I linked you to.
RGB SCART is usually 720p.
Are you sure your TV supports RGB over SCART? It's worth checking.
I am totally sure that my TV supports RGB over Scart.
so that won't be the problem.
QUOTE(fallenangle @ Sep 5 2010, 02:44 PM)
Maybe I've badly misunderstood something here, I hope not.
So the first thing to ask, hoping this isn't going to sound stupid, is why do actually want to make a RGB SCART cable for your Xbox? Unless it's some kind of DIY project you just fancy tryng it doesn't make a lot of sense.
You should still be able to get proper purposed designed Xbox RGB SCART cables for peanuts off eBay. Depending where you are it might cost you a bit more to import. But at a basic price of typically < GB £10 (US $15) why even consider faffing about splicing together a standard Xbox AV cable with a SCART cable or plug.
Also, whilst it is possible to get almost anything to running through a fully wired SCART cable with suitable converters and adapters, basic RGB via SCART is either 576i/50Hz or 480i/60Hz. Very, very few CRTs or any other type of TV support(ed) progressive scan via SCART - I've only ever read of one that did. In fact in the UK/EU very few CRT TVs supported progressive scan by any means, Component or VGA..
I want to make this because i like to make it my own.
I made pretty much already, so i thought that a RGB scart was possible to make too.
I have all the parts i need in my house, so why buy things if you can make it out of stuff you have laying around. And for the xbox cable that i have to cut, i have 3 cables and 1 xbox.
And for the resolution.
I am not pretty sure that my tv supports progressive scan, but i don't know exactly if Digital scan is the same. Because my tv does have Digital scan.
And if it can't handle progressive scan, 576i is a lot better that composite 480i right?
And else, 480i/60hz is still a lot better than 480i on composite for a far i know.
But if i am not right correct me please.
And sorry for m bad english
I am from The Netherlands so English isn't my best language