Question about Televison & Video
Most older game consoles used an RF output (connected to the anenna jack of the TV, tune to channel 3 or 4 to see the game). And most used a RCA plug on the end of a cable to connect. You will need an adapter to go from the RCA plug to an 'F' fitting (like on the end of a cable TV wire) to connect to your television. Then, with the game turned on, you will have to program or scan your TV to find that signal.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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