He's referring to RGB Scart: RGB Scart AV Audio Video Box Cable for Sony Playstation PS2
Also, while you may have plugged the Scart lead into a scart in on your TV, evidently, usually only Scart In 1 will be an RGB signal: PS2 RGB Scart/Composite - Confused - Page 1 - PS2 - Forum | Eurogamer.net
Otherwise you'll simply just get a composite signal which looks like sh!t compared to the pure clarity that is Component/VGA/RGB B)
In the U.S here, we have what's called Component: Component video - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia which is essentially RGB scart but w/ three cables instead of one big connector, and the sync signals being on the green lead instead of their own separate cables.
However, dlanor I think you are mistaken in that simply using RGB/Component cables will not allow a PAL PS2 to play NTSC games :crazy: :p, unless you mean having an RGB hook up will allow for the 480P option in most games, but GSM would already make THAT redundant :crazy:
Either way, this is the cable he's talking about, the RGB scart, and remember to plug it in on the RGB scart IN on your "telly" :D, even though there may be other SCART ins, they'll supposedly only give you a composite picture.