Question about Atari 7800 Console
The 7800 had a built in RF modulator. The signal outputted through the RCA jack on the back is either channel 3 or 4, NTSC standard. Plug in a long RCA lead, and use an adapter to convert RCA to the COAX F type connector, and you're up and running!
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
DOES THE SYSTEM POWER LITE GO ON? IF SO THE PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY A DIRTY GAME. YOU NEED TO CLEAN EVERY GAME BEFORE PUTTING IT IN. MIX ALCOHOL AND WATER, 1 TO 1 AND USE A Q TIP TO CO UP AND DOWN THE CONTACTS. IF THEY ARE BEHIND A PLASTIC DOOR, STICK A SMALL SCREWDRIVER IN THE HOLE AND IT WILL MOVE BACK. OTHER THAN THAT, YOU SEEM TO HAVE DONE EVERYTHING RIGHT.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
I need help please. i found my atari 8700 in the basement and my old colecovision set too. i want to play them both but do not know what cables/connectors/adapters and such i need.I have the original battery/power supply for each of them. but do not know how to hookup to the tv.please help.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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