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  1. HI! I have been playing my INTV a lot and really enjoying it. Mostly my INTV two lately because I got the excellent flashback controller adapters that were made for it. I actually think both systems put out a pretty solid RF picture, my main problem is interference. It takes 5 minutes each time I play to properly adjust the various cords so that the picture isn't getting interference. I'd like to alleviate this problem by AV modding my INTV one, and two INTV II's.. My question is, where can I get the kits? I checked Console 5 and they don't have them..anyone have any other ideas for places to look? Thanks.
  2. im having problems with getting a composite signal out of my intellivision i have this pal model so far i have tried both of the following methods with the rf module on and off with no luck i have seen another mod but this must be for a different motherboard and im at a loss of what to do now has any one got any more info on this subject
  3. I used a couple of the cheap AV mods a while back on my 2600 Vader and my 7800. The mod worked out great on the 7800. The picture is very clear and there is no color bleeding. On my Vader (4-switch, revision 12 board), the picture is, well, terrible. There is quite a bit of color bleeding and it makes most of the text or scores, unreadable and some games are so much of a mess that they hurt my eyes. I recently bought a 2600 Jr. that I intended to use the RF on, since the picture is fine. The issue is, I'm running into a lot of compatibility issues with different TVs. I bought the Jr. because I wanted an Atari that was easier to transport to friends homes and such, but a lot of new TVs just won't work with the RF signal and carrying a VCR around is worse than just carrying my 7800. Now here's what I'm wondering.. Isn't the Jr similar to the 7800, as far as how the video output is handled? If so, shouldn't the cheap mod work just as well on it as id does on my 7800? I know that the 7800 uses a 4050 chip and I'm guessing that has something to do with the cheap AV mod working and the Jr. has the same chip, right? I also know that the Vader doesn't have this chip and the cheap mod doesn't work as well. So..... (I hope I'm making sense and not just rambling. ) If I'm right, I'm thinking about pulling the mod board from the 4-switcher and using it in the Jr. Then buying a mod kit that is better suited for the 4-switcher. If my thinking is correct and the cheap mod will work fine on the Jr, What mod should I install in the Vader/4-switcher? I have heard nothing but good reviews on the UAV mod and it's the only one that people have been talking about lately. I also read a post from a few years ago about a mod that uses the 4050 chip, but the circuit was really complicated to build and I'm not the best at soldering.. So, what's the recommendation?
  4. So, trying to have a long story short. Long time ago bought a Flashback 2 with some games off eBay. The listing said "did not work", yeah the FB2 worked, guessing the person got confused on how the games connected to them. Well I always had this idea of doing the FB2 cart mod inside of an actual Atari 2600. You know, wire it all up so the toggles for the actual legit 2600 interact instead with the FB2 board and get to play the few games I have that way. Eventually, recently, I found a cheap listing on the eBay for an Atari. Sweet. Listed as "broken or parts" but hey, that works for me, I only wanted the case and the switches. Plus, come to find out it was a Vader model which is what I wanted (sorry, not a fan of wood grain). Start looking into it, all my games would work on the FB (except maybe one, Sky Skipper, it wasn't listed as working or not) but I kept looking here which led me to the AV mod. I figured, hey that looks simple enough. Remove a few things, add a couple things, bam composite Atari and if it doesn't work, hell I could just go and do the FB2-2600 mod I'd imagined. So.... almost done, bear with me... I go get some direction on what to take out, and start doing it. Desolder all the parts I need, nice. I don't have the transistors or anything to finish the mod, but was fun doing what I could. Put it all back together and I notice after screwing it up that the board wiggles when I move the switches. Didn't do that before. Open it up, toss the top part of the shielding back into place (the directions I had said you could pitch them), put it back together, move toggles, not as much wiggling. Unscrew, place the bottom shield back into place, put back together, no more wiggling at all. So I guess the question I have here is... a) do I need the shielding after all? I mean I'm not against dremeling out the majority of it so it has the 'bumper' to hold it in place, just curious. Revision 16 board. Is there something else I could do to hold the motherboard in place in the console without the shielding there? Or is this just something we accept and live with? Also, b) my FB-n-2600 idea, where I'm using the 2600 cart slot and all the toggles, switches, controller ports to control the FB board, how crazy is the idea? I could imagine a mess of wires but beyond that. Space wise it looks like it'll fit, and it was not only my original idea, but currently my back up idea if in case the unit actually is broken like the eBay listing said it was. And no, they didn't say what was wrong with it.
  5. So I made a bunch of RGB, S-Video, and AV mod kits for various systems. They are all licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 I do not know anything about who has the intellectual property rights to the circuits themselves, I only designed the boards. [i will eventually go back and either link sources or come up with my own circuits to negate potential claims] on a related note I need an O-scope If someone has a claim and does not want these listed/sold etc, PM me or something. I only sell the ones that I have rights to. (To clarify the THS7314 RGB mod kits I sell are pretty much exactly what is in the specs in the PDF for the thing itself. I have rights only over the physical board design) Specifically for personal use and or installing inside of other peoples systems I don't care at all if you print these and install them as part of a 'mod service'. https://easyeda.com/hotdog6394
  6. I have to give a shout out to this gentleman: http://electronicsentimentalities.com/InstallationServices.html He did a killer job on my 7800. The TIA 9 switch is well worth the hassle of switching off for 2600 games as it clears up the picture for the 7800 games a lot, no interference! My 7800 picture is the best I have ever seen out of an Atari System and I would say looks better than my NES right now, the standard toaster model through AV hookups. Thanks again, Joe! Great job!! -Rick
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