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Atari 2600 RGB mod available *US Distributor*


Yurkie
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Tim the maker of the NES RGB mod, now offers an RGB mod kit for the 2600.

 

I am the distributor for US customers if you would like to place an order here is a link.

 

Here is some information about the mod.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/

 

Here is a link for install in a 4 switch console.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/installation-4switch/

 

Here is a link for install on a 6 switch console.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/installation-6switch/

 

I will be offering installation in the near future.

 

 

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Tim the maker of the NES RGB mod, now offers an RGB mod kit for the 2600.

 

I am the distributor for US customers if you would like to place an order here is a link.

 

Here is some information about the mod.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/

 

Here is a link for install in a 4 switch console.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/installation-4switch/

 

Here is a link for install on a 6 switch console.

 

http://etim.net.au/2600rgb/installation-6switch/

 

I will be offering installation in the near future.

 

 

 

A long shot, but would this work in the ColecoVision Exp. Module No.1 ?

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Might work in expansion #1 if the clone chip coleco used is the same as the Atari TIA. It wouldn't be approved usage so the buyer would be taking a gamble attempting it.

 

Likely not then - as far as I know the clone TIA in the expansion module uses a different pin out to that the the 2600. I don't believe anyone has yet managed to document the pin out for the Coleco clone TIA :(

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I will be in touch soon for an install Yurkie. Eager to see pics of your work. Any thoughts on using a Nintendo multi-out? Others have said Warlords (which is probably my favorite game and gets lots of play) and the Framemeister don't work well together via RGB, and I'm wondering if it would be a good idea to have S-video and/or composite for situations like that.

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