Ongoing Research and Development for Plogue's 'retro digital' products: chipsounds, chipspeech and chipcrusher .... and various retro computing stuff.
The composite one really reminds me of playing my SNES in high school using the NTSC inputs on a Commodore 1902A monitor. Those were the days......But there really is a pleasant distortion/blurring effect, isn't there? Lower resolutions look much better on lower resolution displays, preferably ones that have a CRT.
This is fact a picture from a Commodore 1084.It has RGB, composite and Luma/chroma (aka SVideo) inputs. i guess i should make a RF picture and a SVideo picture as well for comparison.On my end i do preffere the best the hardware can give.