Vanessa (Vanessaira)

New RetroTINK-2X Mini Revealed

Mike Chi, the developer of the RetroTINK series of products has just availed his latest video scaling solution.  Called the RT2X Mini, this device is designed to be a simple, cost effective video solution for those users who just need composite or S-Video upscaled to 480p or 576p.  Mike noted that the new Mini replaces […]

Rany Battikh

RetroTINK-2X Pro Firmware Update v1.1

Mike Chi, creator of the RetroTINK line of products just announced the release of the first official firmware update for his latest Composite-S-Video-Component video line-doubler, the RetroTINK-2X Pro. A whole slew of preset functionalities have been tweaked around/improved with the new update such as filters and picture sharpness. James-F is credited by Mike for being […]

Rany Battikh

Retro Gaming Cables Genesis & Saturn YPbPr cables

After the initial announcement in early 2019, Retro Gaming Cables finally released its anticipated component YPbPr cables for the Genesis/Mega Drive 1 & 2 and Saturn consoles. Set to output at the console’s original resolution of 240p, the cables are advertised to work perfectly with the RetroTink 2x, although they should work as good with […]

Bob

RetroTINK Ultimate Back In Stock

After some inventory issues, the most versatile Raspberry Pi “hat” is now back in stock and ships within two weeks:  http://www.retrotink.com/ The RetroTINK ultimate is a device that outputs RGB, VGA, Component Video, S-Video and Composite, all from a Raspberry Pi.  When combined with the right software, this can make the perfect emulation device for people […]

Bob

RetroTINK RGB to Component Prototype

RetroTINK creator Mike Chi has just shown off a prototype of a generic SCART to Component converter circuit.  Presumably, this was created for use with his RetroTINK2x scaler, to allow RGB inputs through the component video port.   Personally, I’d love to see this released as the simplest design possible.  Maybe a female SCART input with […]