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Toro

Toro

The Toro is the latest and most advanced video output box for the Sega Dreamcast, made by the Behar Bros. It’s packed with features and outputs every signal the Dreamcast is capable of generating. It’s a great solution for people with both RGB and VGA monitors and want one box that supports both!

The Sega Dreamcast is a 6th generation console that can output 240p, 480i and 480p. Until recently, accessing all resolutions would require two cables: One for 240p & 480i and another for 480p. The Behar Bros’ have created products that allow for only one output solution and the Toro is the culmination of all of them.

Features:

– Retro Console Accessories sells custom cables for the Toro, including an 8-pin Mini DIN cable that connects directly to the XRGB Mini Framemeister.

– Switchable between RGB and VGA output, like their Kuro.

– Built-in scanline generation like their Hanzo.

– With an optional cable, it can be used as a scanline generator for any VGA signal, like their SLR: https://www.goshopier.com/ShowProduct/show_product.php?id=21106

– Optional sync combiner like their Kenzei.

The product page and manual (will full specs) can be found here and I’ll cover the basic features below: http://www.beharbros.com/#!toro/cfom

Video Review:

Overview / Pictures:

The Toro offers both SCART and VGA outputs, as well as L/R stereo audio. Both ports support all resolutions and output video at the same time, allowing for dual-outputs. Also, both the SCART connector and RCA jacks output audio at the same time as well:

I found the Dreamcast cable to be a bit snug, so make sure it’s pushed in all the way, or it won’t work:

Once you remove the top cover, all the features are accessible:

– On the bottom left, you’ll see the scanline on / off switch.

– Next to it is the switch that adjusts the scanline width.

– The even / odd switch has two uses: When scanlines are on, it adjusts which horizontal lines the scanlines are generated on and when scanlines are turned off, it adjusts the luminosity of the image.

– On the right is the VGA / RGB switch. This should only be changed when the Dreamcast is off!

Here’s a close-up of the sync combiner switch. When it’s in the “up” position, the Toro generates an RGBHV signal, which is what’s expected in VGA devices. If you push the button down, the sync is combined from H/V to “S”, allowing it to output RGBs in all resolutions, including 480p. The combined sync signal seems to work well with the OSSC and Framemeister, but has issues on some RGB monitors. If you’re not familiar with the terms “RGBHV” and “RGBs”, please read the sync page for more information.

One last cool feature: The input port is mounted horizontally, so you won’t need to remove the top cover to switch between Dreamcast and VGA inputs.

Screenshots:

I took screenshots of each mode to compare. Please keep in mind that the “thick scanlines” option is designed for upscalers, which is why they look may a bit strange in native resolution. Click on the image for a full-sized view:

I also wanted to take screenshots of the 240p mode and used the awesome 240p Test Suite to access the Sonic The Hedgehog background. This image is the actual size, but you can click on it for a version doubled in size that might showcase the differences a bit better:

The scanline feature can even be used with CRT monitors to make 480p games look more like 240p. While it’s not perfect, it’s a cool trick that can be used with any VGA source. Click for full-sized:

Summary:

With many other Dreamcast solutions on the market today, the Toro is still an excellent choice for many people. In my opinion, it’s the best choice for any Dreamcast fan that wants both VGA and SCART outputs.

Well, that’s it! Feel free to go back to the main Dreamcast page, or if you’d like info on mods for other systems, head to the Getting RGB From Each System page. Also, check out the main page for more retro-awesomeness.

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Toro VGA box review

The Dreamcast launched during that transition period between old, 15khz only TVs and newer, high definition TV displays. Like many consoles from that time, it supports 240p, 480i and 480p resolutions, compatible software and hardware permitting. Unlike any of the other competing sixth generation consoles however, the Dreamcast opted for a VGA style output connector in order to output 480p. Gamers who wanted to use 480p output on their compatible TVs or monitors simply had to buy a specially designed VGA cable or adapter box. Interest in the Dreamcast remains strong in the Retro-gaming community and naturally those of us still using and enjoying the hardware want to get the best picture from it. Enter the Toro VGA box, from Turkish based website Beharbros.com. This replacement VGA box not only provides all the functionality of the original Sega VGA boxes, but also introduces several new features that will be of interest to Dreamcast enthusiasts with the latest in retro-gaming gear.

Toro, but no bull here!

The Toro itself is a square shaped PCB housed in a simple plexi glass case. The plexi-glass only covers the top and bottom of the unit, with the sides of the device left exposed, though we don’t anticipate this being a problem for most people. The plexi glass has a slight blue tint to it and a cool looking etched Toro logo on the top. On one side of the unit there’s a bank of four switches, while another side features a SCART socket. There’s also a VGA/D-SUB15 connector, analogue audio output connectors and a connector that accepts the cable that connects to the Dreamcast itself. When connected to the Dreamcast, there’s a bright blue LED that glows through the case, this light is so bright it can be dazzling when you’re trying to read which switch is which, though it can easily be covered by a fingertip.

Connectivity wise, the Toro VGA box solves a number of problems that are inherent in the original Dreamcast VGA boxes. Sega’s decision to use a VGA (or D-SUB15 to give it its proper name) connector for 480p has some consequences for those of us still using the hardware these days. Unlike component video, which was more typically found on consumer television sets, D-SUB15 connectors were more commonly found on computer monitors. By 1999, most computer monitors had already stopped supporting 15khz screen modes (240p and 480i). Because of this, Sega simply locked out 15khz modes when the VGA box was in use. If your game was incompatible with VGA you had to disconnect the VGA box and re-attach a SCART cable or something similar. Apart from being inconvenient, this often led to wear and tear on the Dreamcast’s AV connector.

Of course, these days many of us are using our Dreamcast consoles with scalers such as the XRGB3 or the XRGB Mini Framemiester. These devices are quite capable of processing 240p, 480i and 480p signals. The problem is, 240p/480i is locked out by the traditional Dreamcast VGA boxes. This isn’t the case with the Toro VGA box however. By using the switch on the unit labelled “VGA/RGB”, you can toggle between 15khz and 31khz output. Simply move the switch and reset the console and the mode will be changed, no swapping cables and no fuss.

The Toro also has a SCART connector, which you might have assumed is for 15khz signals only. However, unlike typical SCART connectors this connector is also compatible with 31khz signals. This means you can connect your Toro directly to the XRGB Mini and enjoy either 240p or 480p. No need for the extra clutter of an Extron interface or other similar hardware. Remember that many consumer grade SCART switches haven’t been designed for 480p/31khz signals so be sure to test your switching gear with all the Dreamcast’s output signals.

Should you have a more unusual setup, you can force composite sync from the D-SUB15 connector too. To do this you need to carefully disassemble the Toro unit and press a toggle switch on the main board. While this is inconvenient, it’s not likely that you will need to change this option very often.

If you’re not lucky enough to own an XRGB Mini, you might have a TV set that accepts 31khz via VGA and 15khz via SCART. You might assume in this setup that the Toro is a great solution for you too, however this doesn’t seem to be the case. If you connect both a D-SUB15 cable and a SCART cable at the same time, the SCART output simply seems to be disabled. You can of course re-enable SCART output by disconnecting the VGA cable, but it’s a curious omission on an otherwise feature complete unit that there’s not a simple toggle switch to select which connector is used for output in this situation.

Scanlines with everything

Scanline generators have always been popular with Dreamcast owners. There are a number of games that feature graphics designed for 15khz monitors that are simply line-doubled when run in 480p mode. The Toro features a scanline generator built into the hardware. Simply flip a switch on the unit to turn on the scanlines. You can select odd or even lines and also use a double width mode (which supposedly looks better with some scalers). Having the scanline generator built into the hardware is very convenient, sadly there’s no way to adjust the density/darkness of the scanlines, as with an XRGB or the SLG3000 unit. The scanlines you get are reasonably strong, so might be too strong for folks who are used to the softer scanlines consumer CRTs typically give.

Player one ready?

In use, the Toro gives a perfect bright, noise free image at 240p, 480i or 480p, either via the D-SUB15 connector or the SCART connector. Audio is also handled perfectly with no noise added. The Dreamcast’s VGA output is known to be very good (apart from the squashed picture issue) and we’d certainly have no hesitation giving the Toro box full marks for picture quality.

Bonus round

As you’d probably expect, the Toro ships with a cable that can be used to connect the unit directly to the Dreamcast. However, this cable can actually be removed and replaced with a standard D-Sub15 cable. This allows you to connect any VGA source to the unit and use the scanline generator, a neat little bonus.

Seeing red or seeing stars?

There’s no dobut the Toro is a very well engineered replacement VGA box, which for many users will fix the problems inherent with the original Sega Dreamcast VGA boxes. There are a couple of features we’d change given the chance though. We’d really like to have seen a potentiometer added so that the intensity of the scanlines could be adjusted. The lack of a toggle switch for selecting SCART and D-SUB15 output is also a real disappointment for many setups and is likely to cause confusion for a few folks.

If you need a new VGA box for your Dreamcast we’d have no hesitation recommending the Toro. If you already have a suitable VGA box, you’d need to think more carefully before upgrading. Remember that many VGA boxes can be modded to include a 15khz/31khz toggle switch if desired. Toro is an excellent product, easily the best VGA box available for the console, but it falls just short of being the perfect Dreamcast VGA box.

Many thanks to Cleeg from the Shmups forum for the kind loan of this unit for our review.

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