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The PC Engine was a pint sized console by NEC released in japan that challenged the Mega Drive despite only being 8-bit. Famous for it's huge selection of great arcade conversions and also the first console to boast a CD-ROM add-on, it was also released in the US as the Turbografx-16. The console sadly never saw release in Europe.

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NEC PC Engine

 PC Engine and Turbo Grafx RGB SCART Box    
  Category: NEC PC Engine > PC Engine accessories
  Seller: Classic Gamer UK
Get a brilliantly crisp image from your NEC PC-Engine or Turbo Grafx console with this ace little add-on.

Connecting to the rear port of your console this little box of tricks takes the RGB and sound signals, amps them up and gives you a great image on both CRT and modern flat screen TV's that have a RGB SCART input port.

Please note that this does not have a through port so adding other accessories is limited to this RGB unit only.

This is the BEST way of getting RGB out of your system whilst keeping your PC-Engine or Turbo Grafx console in its original form.
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