Question about Atari 2600 Console
Your going to need the manual RF modulator to get the sound out because it works off of a different output than the newer ones do. The 2600 runs a closed circuit TV signal to the modulator. In fact there is a small TV transmitter in the game unit.While most electronics today send a seperate audio and video signal. So a modulator that plugs into the electrical outlet won't do the trick.
I found this page on the internet. Look at the RF Option section and see what you think of those options:
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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