|Fast facts on the 21 Pin RGB Cable|
|Made for: Sega Saturn|
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The 21 Pin RGB Cable (21ピンRGBケーブル) for the Sega Saturn is the official method of connecting a Saturn to a television via the Japanese RGB standard (not SCART, which uses the same connector). It was only released in Japan and a SCART version for Europe was never released separately.
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