No, it makes perfect sense, because SCART was designed to carry all of RGB, composite video, and stereo audio, and a good, shielded cable will do that without noticeable interference, which is what the Retro-Access and RGC Packapunch cables will do.
That’s not what I meant. I know Scart is designed to carry all of that signal. I just mean, I can’t think of any reason to not route audio to Scart but to a separate output instead, and then buy a cable to input that same audio again at the console side of the cable.
That doesn’t make any sense to me, it would make the cnoice for a separate audio output instead of audio via Scart a pretty strange one.
Ok, so I’ll just wire audio directly to the DIN and trust that’ll be fine!