Sold Dreamcast VGA box

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Hi all, I have for sale this dreamcast VGA box. Just the box on its own but has been tested working.

Asking £15 plus p&p

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I would be interest in this and are there any other side that I like to see?
 

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Hi AF, here are pics of the other sides

You have VGA, Composite, S-Video and Audio

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It is any good? Would make the picture sharper?

Depends on what you're using at the moment. There's not a lot of difference I find between RGB scart and VGA (both produce a sharp picture but one is interlaced and the other is progressive) but it's nice having the option as some games seem to be designed to look better on VGA while others it seems work better on RGB. Also not all games support VGA. As I tend to hook my Dreamcast up to my Sony PVM I tend to stick mostly to RGB scart and my VGA box is sat in the drawer 90% of the time. If you're using composite though it will definitely be sharper (y)
 
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