Atari 7800 hook up
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There are two easy ways to get your Atari connected to your TV. Since there are fewer connections between the Atari and the TV this method will usually give cleaner video than connecting through the switchbox. I'm just providing the links I've found as a courtesy. I couldn't play anything it was so bad. Look for an antenna or cable TV input connector.
My Happauge USB capture device is even worse. Here's another way to hook up using the switch box. I've used a terminal strip here, but you can just use a couple of screws and nuts to connect the lugs, then wrap them in electrical tape to keep them from shorting out.
Posted Mon Oct 15, Posted Mon Oct 15, 9: Here's Where to Connect to the TV: Well, your only option then is an RF DeModulator.
Posted Thu Oct 18, 9: There is just no simple way, there is no simple adaptor plug to turn RF into AV because electronic circuitry is required to convert the signal. It is the cheapest solution with the same result. Same Thing, Different Parts Here's another way to hook up using the switch box.
There was about a second's worth of lag. You may already have the parts for one, the other takes an adapter but gives a better picture. Connect the screw lugs to the adapter's screw terminals loosen the screws on the adapter, put the lugs underneath, and tighten the screws down on them.
If you're not hook up with that, it'd be best to send it out. There are two ways of getting the job done.
All you really need to remember is that it goes from a pair of screw terminals to an F Connector. The screw lugs are the copper U-shaped thingies at the end of the flat piece of two-wire cable sticking out of the switchbox. Search Advanced Search section: