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Composite Video Mod v2.1 - Atari 2600/7800

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Composite Video Mod v2.1 - Atari 2600/7800
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Atari Composite Video Mod


Atari Composite Video Mod v2.1

Works with PAL and NTSC 2600/7800 etc

No more crappy RF signal to deal with

Simple to install, but does require soldering skills

This tiny little PCB can be installed inside old RF modulator boxes, ensuring machines like the ZX Spectrum look completely original.

The cabled version of this Composite Mod, the Deluxe Composite Mod can be found here

I'll be adding guides for other models in the Future

2600 (4 switch) PAL/NTSC

2600 (6 Switch) PAL

2600jr PAL/NTSC

7800 PAL

Sinclair ZX81

TFW8b Composite Video Mod PCB


Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Easy and bestway to get picture out of your PAL A7800
The size of pcb IS really small so its easy to hide It inside of empty RF mod. Picture quality is great toi. I hae problems at start but realized that i didt heti The 5v from point were guide showed only 0.6v. So i took it on right side of pcb

1. Easy to install 2. Really small 3. Picture and sound is great.4. adding 2.5"/3.5 stereo jack to RF modulator hole with this pcb and you have clean install

Review by Tko / (Posted on 03/12/2020)
Works well i recommend
Easy enough to install if you can solder, worked a treat on my atari 2600 pal 4 switch 'vader' console it now has a hard wired composite cable Review by Liam / (Posted on 14/10/2018)
Superb and essential Atari mod!
I bought this so I could use my Atari 2600 Jr on my Commodore 1084 monitor. The result was superb - very clear and well worth the 15 mins it took to solder :)
Unfortunately, having a clearer picture doesn't make E.T. any easier to play... Review by ZXMutant64 / (Posted on 04/01/2017)

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