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What composite cable for Genesis 1?


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I just bought a Genesis 1 and tried my composite cable that I use for some of my computers. Fits great but no picture. What kind of cable do I need? I see a few on eBay and they only have mono audio out. Is that the only option for Genesis 1? My Genesis 1 does not say "high definition graphics" if that makes any difference.

 

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I just bought a Genesis 1 and tried my composite cable that I use for some of my computers. Fits great but no picture. What kind of cable do I need? I see a few on eBay and they only have mono audio out. Is that the only option for Genesis 1? My Genesis 1 does not say "high definition graphics" if that makes any difference.

 

Thanks!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cool-1x-Audio-Video-AV-Cable-Wire-A-V-6ft-6-RCA-Connection-For-Sega-Genesis-1-/301857811089?hash=item464820aa91:g:8bsAAOSwUV9Wp1Lj

 

That's the AV cable you need, and yes, only mono out of the back as previously mentioned. I just have a headphone jack adaptor and run stereo from the front jack. Not the prettiest solution, but a 90 degree angle adaptor looks a little nicer.

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Also a lot more work than the above solutions, but I installed separate RCA jacks on the back of my Genny 1 so I could use standard composite AV cables and get stereo audio as well. Though if you go this route and have the means to display it, you're better off adding S-video to it as well.

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