The ground plane pins are slightly different, metal case, but I think it should work. The sockets for the pins seem like they're in the right spot, but the plastic mold has a different shape, missing some indents etc. Probably won't fit Saturn plugs like these:
Hmm. Can you buy replacement parts anywhere? If not, what would you recommend as a fix? Try to salvage parts from a broken PCB from eBay? Solder the cable to the PCB? It looks like I could just solder in a Mini DIN 9, but then I'd have to also make a custom cable.
I've always been thinking it would've been easiest if game consoles just had SCART sockets on the back :-)
Don't really see any good deals for broken Saturns / boards, so an original replacement is not an option.
Guess you're not a fan of the Mini DIN 9 + custom cable?
For soldering a SCART cable directly, would you recommend to just buy an extender or either a male-to-male cable and then just cut it off? Any suggestion on how to make a strain relief?
Thinking about it some more, the Saturn needs a cap and a resistor on the sync line since I'd like to keep using csync, so not sure if I can just use any SCART cable as those components would need to be installed in the SCART head. Also directly soldering to the board means I can't remove the motherboard anymore from the case. Hmmm.