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  1. Figures, forgot to search reddit (assumed Google would index it better than Reddit's search).
  2. I'm mildly interested in it as a media/streaming/emulation box, using the OtherOS capability. But I can't find any information on actual benchmarks. Has anyone loaded another OS on this thing yet and run 3dMark/Passmark/etc? The closest thing I can find is this but this is another SBC using the same APU.
  3. Update Notes: I added a new PCB design using SMD components to the simon.plata's Composite Mod entry, which was passed along to me via Reddit. @simon.plata
  4. Update Notes: Added a link to an installation guide for a 4 switcher to the Darktim's 2600RGB Mod entry.
  5. Fixed. Thanks again for the help!
  6. Added to the new blog - http://atariage.com/forums/blog/762/entry-15774-generic-one-transistortwo-resistor-ebay-mod/
  7. Fixed in the new blog entry - http://atariage.com/forums/blog/762/entry-15771-simonplatas-composite-mod/
  8. Fixed it in the new blog post on it - http://atariage.com/forums/blog/762/entry-15773-ultimate-atari-video-uav-rev-d/
  9. Great idea, It's done - http://atariage.com/forums/blog/762-atari-2600-av-mods-wiki/
  10. Links Forum Topic Notes Composite output Two versions: Single and dual transistor Removes RF box Design only, not a premade kit Simon says the two transistor version is better PCB is designed, Eagle files are available (contact him on the forums!) Two transistor PCB design using SMD parts from /u/albrugsch on Reddit
  11. Links Example - eBay Auction -- Item Number: 311634197062 Notes Single transistor design Composite video only Premade kit
  12. Links Website Notes Composite output Single Transistor design Premade kits available Removes RF box NTSC & PAL support Very, very small
  13. Links Website Forum Topic Notes Composite and S-Video output Video only. No audio output Premade kits available Plug n Play version available for revisions containing a CD4050 chip Keeps RF circuit intact. Can use RF in conjunction w/ Composite and S-Video to output to multiple TVs at the same time NTSC & PAL support
  14. Links Website Notes Composite, S-Video, and RGB output Easy install if TIA is socketed Six different color palettes Supports NTSC and PAL Premade kit available 4 Switcher Installation Guide
  15. Links Website Notes Composite output Single transistor design Premade kits available Ships from Turkey, can take a while to arrive Removes RF box Also offers a combo AV/Pause kit (I've used this one, it works pretty good!)
  16. Links Website Review by Ben Heck Notes Composite and S-Video output Stereo Audio Design only, premade kits no longer sold
  17. Links Ben's Website Notes Composite output Single transistor design Design only, not a premade kit Removes RF box
  18. Hello! This blog is my attempt to catalog all of the various ways to modify your Atari 2600 so that it can output audio and video in higher quality than the standard RF output offers. I went looking for this information, and it's all over this site, but spread out over innumerable posts in the forums. Each post in this blog will cover a different mod, with some information about it, and links(s) out to any discussion or other details on it. Please join the discussion of this blog over in the discussion thread in the forums. Let me know ones that I've missed so I can add them, and any notes you may have on mods already listed. And please let me know anything I have wrong!
  19. Everyone, Thanks for the updates and the bug fixes, I still can't update the first post, so keeping that list up to date like I wanted to isn't happening. I guess I'll just make another post in the thread somewhere for v2, when I get back to my laptop. EDIT - I took the suggestion to turn this into a blog. Link to it can be found in the first post now.
  20. Thanks. I reached out. Even subscribers only have 30 day edit rights. So that isn't enough, if this actually gains some traction, and I take the time to add your suggestions.
  21. Well, this sucks, I can't edit the first post to add new entries?
  22. If anyone has links to premade kits for the design only ones, let me know!
  23. This is the discussion topic for my blog Atari 2600 A/V Mods Wiki, where I attempt to catalog, in no specific order, all the various options out there for modding your Atari 2600 for better Audio/Video output. See the first blog entry for more information. If you know of any mods that aren't in the wiki, please let me know here. And if you find a mistake in anything in the wiki, definitely let me know here! Thanks!
  24. Here's mine! NTSC/PAL/Sears/Special: Sears Serial # (Ex: #54035V or #007649): 44855S MFG Location (Sunnyvale, Taiwan): Sunnyvale (Owner/AA Member), (Location= City, State, Country): mogul345 Los Angeles, CA A/B Channel Slot (Yes/No): No A/B Channel Switch (Yes/No): No Functional (Yes/No): Yes Notes (Previous owner, display only, white sticker, parts fixed, green connector, Switchboard/Motherboard Revision #): Purchased from @ERRESGAMING on Instagram at SoCal Retrogaming Expo 2019
  25. From searching the forums, I've learned there's a ton of different ways to A/V mod a 2600. At this point, I'm starting to get overwhelmed with information. Does anyone know of a place that summarizes all the techniques, hopefully with the pros/cons of the circuit design, and whether or not it comes as a kit? For reference, I modded my Sunnyvale 4 switcher using the combo AV/Pause kit from http://www.coolretroprojects.com/Atari-2600-2in1-Pause-A-V-Mod-Kit-NTSC-PAL.html. Worked pretty good, especially after I recapped the console and applied all the field service fixes. But I've found it can be finicky as to what modern TV's it works on.
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