Made a thread months ago, near the end of it I mentioned how I had a chipped PS1 that ran back ups and imports, but they were in black and white. http://gbatemp.net/threads/chipped-ps2-ps1-games-reading-as-audio-cds.367688/page-2#post-5041216 It was suggested I get a SCART cable, so I went to play-asia (link to the product in the above thread) and after a bunch of crap with other items I wanted being out of stock and me having to replace them, I finally get it only recently. And these games still play in black and white. I've tried legit NTSC and NTSC-J games, neither are coloured. Legit PAL games are, though (it's a PAL PS1). To my memory I've never used one of these things so I could be connecting it incorrectly but that doesn't really seem likely. I just plug in the PS1 and plug the chunky bit with the pins at the back of the TV. Unless I absolutely have to use those red/white/yellow plugs for something. Is this just one of those SCARTs that's composite-only? Is there a way of telling? I'm pretty sure it isn't the TV. It's the same TV I play imports/back ups of PS2 games on and they run in full colour.