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I wasn't very picky when it comes to the video I see on my screen until I actually saw a drastic difference when my roommate hooked his Xbox 360 up to his TV. First with composite, then with component right after for comparison.
How could I get the awesomeness of component video out of the Saturn? Is there a solution that'll allow me to go down to S-Video also?
Of course true RGB beats S-Video, but it's still way better then composite. My Planet Joker vids are full of ugly rainbows. They are the direct result of my recording it in composite. When played in S-video the rainbows disappear.
The Saturn mainly outputs at 240p, the bad news here is that allot of HDTVs REALLY don't like handling 240p.
No matter what kind of cable you use, the Saturn still outputs at 240p (mainly) even if you could hook up a HDMI or VGA output, still 240p.
Theres no difference using RGB or Component as the Saturn ONLY gives you RGB then you have to convert to component using a Transcoder (damn expensive), AGAIN the cable does not increase the resolution the console outputs.
Your best (and cheapest) bet in Canada is to simply buy a Saturn S-Video lead, the step up in quality from composite will be very noticeable.