Nintendo 64 N64 SNES Gamecube NTSC SVIDEO cable S Video cord S-Video lead - techexpress nz
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Nintendo 64 N64 SNES Gamecube NTSC SVIDEO cable S Video cord S-Video lead

PRODUCT CODE: PR810NTSC
  • $17.59

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Super Nintendo SNES Nintendo 64 N64 Gamecube NTSC S-Video Cable.

Separate Video, commonly termed S-Video, S Video, Super-Video & Y/C, is a signalling standard for standard definition video, typically 480i or 576i. It achieves a better image quality than composite video.

Guaranteed reliability. This S-Video cable is backed by a Techexpress NZ 2 Year Assurance Guarantee.

• Condition: New.
• No tuning required, plug and play.
• Designed exclusively for Nintendo consoles.
• Includes 1x S-Video & 2x RCA audio cable connectors.
• NTSC version for Asian, Japanese, and American consoles.
• Built-in resistor means the display will not produce a washed out or over-bright image with NTSC consoles.
• Compatible with Nintendo Super Nintendo Entertainment System SNES, Nintendo 64 N64 and Nintendo GameCube game consoles.
• Handcrafted and tested with a premium, smooth, thick and flexible PVC jacket with colour coded connectors to simplify installation.

Package includes 1x SVideo cable.

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Warranty & Returns:

14 Day 'change of mind' return in unused condition for a refund less shipping fees.
2 Year return to base refund or replace guarantee.

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