First post, by sirnephilim
I'm having a problem Googling this properly as searching for RGBs to VGA ends up with a mass of craptacular converters.
Supposing I have a monitor that supports a standard VGA connector and 15KHz (Dell U2410), how would one convert a 4-RCA cable RGBs signal? Is that just connecting the pins or would I need to correct the line level, do some sync signal rearranging, or what? Supposedly the monitor supports 240p which would make it ideal for a modern display for retro consoles, old computers, etc ad nauseam so you can see how nice it would be to fabricate some adapters for, say, SCART, RGBs via RCA/BNC and so on. I'm sure it can be done, I'm probably just lacking the verbiage to know what to search for. Keep getting bogged down with results for 30KHz VGA.