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Video output from Colecovision? [message #75432] Mon, 27 May 2013 22:29
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Date: Fri, 20-Jul-84 11:04:13 EDT
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Posted: Fri Jul 20 11:04:13 1984
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Has anyone attempted to modify a Colecovision to obtain Video & Audio
output, i.e. bypass the RF modulator?  The main reason I want to do this is
to be able to use one of the three switched video inputs on my JVC 2010CA
TV, and to avoid the spaghetti and hassle associated with the external RF
source switch supplied by Coleco (to say nothing of the frustration in
having to use the external switch when internal (with remote) input
switching can be done).
I would appreciate any info. - address below if anyone feels like sending
circuit scribbles or other graphic material.

Ray Dunn. 62 Midland. Beaconsfield. Quebec. H9W 4P1.

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