Well, while it did help somewhat against the “redness”, i would not say it is good. Theres just too much detailed being lost going through the retrotink, just look at the lizard.
same as for the Snes, alot of details being lost:
No matter what settings i change on the tv, i just can’t get the color right. And i would absolutly think its just the retrotink not working with my particular setup, but i have tried with several consoles, 3 mega drives, two snes, and alot of others etc, on two different tv’s and a computer monitor, and it is all the same result. I believe either i have gotten a bad sample, or i am just too picky. Unless there is something else i could try? i mean i get the advice to try with component, but if the colors only are gonna be correct with component and not composite then it is not really the product i have been searching for.