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recently decided make my own av cable and i found that the atari 2600 female port for the cartridges was what i needed i didnt wanna buy a 2600 or destroy one for that matter so i was able to find that same port on an old monitor 2000 otc electronic handheld car diagnostic machine so i wanted anyone that was trying to make av cables to know that you can get that cartridge slot out of these old scanners and they look great my design was crude "using solder and black electric tape " but my result was great audio and a perfect picture in comparison to the RF switch anyways wanted to pass along the info to anyone interested in or that is making av cables!
An Atari 130XE 64KB with a Omnimon XE ROM upgrade for software development. The Omnimon mod is switch select on/off for compatibility. Includes one Wico Commander joystick with the grommet repaired. I am old skool tech from 1990 onward. Cleaned, inspected, works great. Includes 1.5 A power supply brick, not the cheap 1 A. Built in programming BASIC ROM. Includes monitor cable for composite, luma/chroma (best), and mono audio. The case is slightly yellow, but a good candidate for retrobrighting. The 1702 monitor was the best television computer monitor in its class with great color and low dot pitch. Works on Apple, Commodore, Amiga computers. It is also a great regular NTSC television. Ships from 98686 USA 30 lbs Dave 360 nine 8 o 79 eight 4