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-====== Sega Saturn AV Pinout ====== 
-{{ :​av:​10mdin.png |Saturn AV Pinout }} 
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-== Pinout Chart == 
-^Pin^Name^Description^ 
-|  1 |  CSYNC/​**9V** | Composite Sync for NTSC / **+9VDC for PAL** | 
-|  2 |  L  | Left Audio  | 
-|  3 |  R  | Right Audio  | 
-|  4 |  5V  | +5 Volts DC | 
-|  5 |  R  | RGB Red  | 
-|  6 |  G  | RGB Green  | 
-|  7 |  B  | RGB Blue  | 
-|  8 |  CVBS  | Composite Video  | 
-|  9 |  Y  | S-Video Y (Luma) ​  | 
-|  10 |  C  | S-Video C (Chroma) ​  | 
-|  11 |  GND  | Ground ​ | 
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-== Notes == 
-  * CSYNC/​Composite Sync is replaced by **+9VDC** on **PAL** Sega Saturn systems 
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-  * Sega style 10 pin mini din connectors for DIY cables can be purchased from Tim Worthington [[http://​etim.net.au/​shop/​shop.php?​crn=205&​rn=514&​action=show_detail|here]] 
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-  * Luma (pin 9) can be used as sync when connecting RGB to devices such as the XRGB-mini and Sony PVM monitors. 
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-  * Details for modifying a NTSC system to output 9VDC as found on PAL systems can be found in [[http://​nfggames.com/​forum2/​index.php?​topic=4236.msg28506#​msg28506|this forum thread]]. ​ Thanks KillingBeans. 
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