SNES YPbPr Component Cable
Our SNES YPbPr Component Cable is a gift from us to your eyeballs. In the past, you would be stuck playing Mega Man X and Star Fox with cables that resulted in color striping and bleeding. Those problems are a thing of the past when you start playing your Super Nintendo with an HD Retrovision YPbPr cable. Use them on an HDTV that supports 240p, or on a standard-definition CRT for that classic look.
The following chart contains a list of tested and confirmed console models which have been verified to work with the SNES YPbPr Cable. The intent of this list is to give a general idea of what types of consoles can work with the cable, and is not exhaustive. Therefore, we expect the cable to work with even more models and console types than what is listed, but we are unable to explicitly put them in the list unless functionality is directly confirmed by us.
As highlighted below, there is no out-of-the-box solution for using the SNES/SFC "mini" (SNS-101 / SHVC-101) or Nintendo 64 with the SNES YPbPr cable. These specific consoles require internal modification. The modification services listed within the chart are the only ones approved by HD Retrovision and eligible for support during the SNES YPbPr cable warranty period. Self-installation kits or other similar types of services are NOT supported.
[For details on changes made in the latest SNES cable revision, please see the SNS0-AH0 Changelog]
|SNS-001||Super Nintendo||NTSC - North America|
|SNSP-001A(UKV)||Super Nintendo (United Kingdom)||PAL - UK|
|SHVC-001||Super Famicom||NTSC - Japan|
|DOL-001(EUR)||Nintendo Gamecube (Europe)||PAL - Europe|
|DOL-101(EUR)||Nintendo Gamecube (Europe)||PAL - Europe|
|SNS-101||Super Nintendo "mini" - RGB Modded by Voultar's Mod Shop||NTSC - North America|
|SHVC-101||Super Famicom "mini" - RGB Modded by Voultar's Mod Shop||NTSC - Japan|
(serial# NS1XXXX only)
|Nintendo 64 - RGB Modded by Voultar's Mod Shop
Nintendo 64 - RGB Modded by RetroFixes
|NTSC - North America|
NOTE: Our YPbPr component cables only output Standard-Definition video. No High-Definition signals are directly available through our cables. See our FAQ for more details.