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Best Way to hook up Atari to LCD TV

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I read this

 

http://www.atariage.com/howto/connect.html

 

but

 

When you want to hook your Atari up to a modern LCD TV, what method do you use to hook your Atari up to your TV?

 

Coaxial to RCA adapter: I've tried this but the video signal is full of static.

 

I haven't tried other methods yet.

 

Any suggestions?

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Coaxial to RCA adapter: I've tried this but the video signal is full of static.

It shouldn't be. There's probably something wrong with your console, such as: bad RF cable, misadjusted RF modulator, etc.

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I read this

 

http://www.atariage.com/howto/connect.html

 

but

 

When you want to hook your Atari up to a modern LCD TV, what method do you use to hook your Atari up to your TV?

 

Coaxial to RCA adapter: I've tried this but the video signal is full of static.

 

I haven't tried other methods yet.

 

Any suggestions?

A/V Upgrade

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Could be something wrong with it.

 

Very cool upgrade possibilities. I think I may do something like this with my 4 Switch(when I get it here).

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I hooked my heavy sixer up to an LCD projector via DVD player. The picture was really good. I had to tone down the color because of some color bleed, but the picture was great! I'll post some pics (if I can find them.)

 

I'm assuming you could do the same thing with an LCD TV. Haven't tried yet.

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