Question about Atari Video Game Consoles & Games
Posted by Anonymous on
Best way is to hook it to vcr the vcr will help with the video and sound to work
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to hook up an atari 5200
THERE ARE 2 TYPES OF 5200 SYSTEMS, THE FIRST HAS A COMBINATION A/C R/F BOX. OTHERWISE YOU MAY JUST NEED AN ADAPTER TO CONVERT THE RCA END TO CABLE TYPE SCREW ON TO YOUR TV CABLE IN. SEE MY STORE ON EBAY dixneatoldthings for that piece
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
On the TV you should have a video, input or mode button. If you press that button while the 360 is on it should pickup the signal. You need to be in video mode instead of cable mode since you are using the red, yellow, white cables. Many TVs have a few video modes so press it wait a few seconds and try again if it does not work. Hope this helps:)
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Try using another TV. If you don't get the same problem then it's the TV and not the PS3. You might also want to try changing the display settings so that you're using the correct outputs.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
I also have the same problem. Just bought my PS3 today and have found that it flashes to static for a few milliseconds at any given time. I know it isn't my TV and I also know that there is nothing wrong with the console. I put it down to the HDMI cable - I chose an exceedingly long one that spans 5 meters. Personally, I think that the output voltages from the PS3's HDMI jack are lower than those found on other devices - so I presume that long cables with high resistances (in other words, cables that are fairly long and very cheap) are the cause of signal loss. Try a shorter, higher quality cable. I am going to return the one that I bought and buy a shorter one tommorow.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: connecting intec gamecube screen
The Intec Gamecube screen requires both a 12 volt DC input and the AV input. The larger connection is the AV cable which plugs into the back of the Gamecube console. The smaller round cable is the 12 volt DC input cable that goes to the power source for your screen. The solution is to either get the original splitter cable that splits the DC power to the screen and the Gamecube, or use separate 12 v DC inputs for each device. These original Intec splitter cables are rare and are not cheap, and the only place I have found them for sale is at the NES Repair Shop:
The only other solution is having separate 12 v input cables for the screen and the Gamecube. And finding the right size (very small) is also a task.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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