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RF outputs
Topic Started: Oct 17 2014, 07:03 AM (568 Views)
Teach
Newbie
Hi guys, new member here.

Just recently dug out my retro beauties - N64, Sega Mega Drive ll and Sega aster System ll. Playing them again takes me back!

I've decided to keep them all out, and I want to have them all connected up. Took me long enough to remember how to tune in the channel, but got there in the end.

Anyway my question is as follows: How can I have them all connected?

As you guys are aware, all the 3 consoles use the RF output cables. I have been trying to find some sort of RF 4 channel switch box (tv, n64, mega, master) so that they can all be connected and I just flick a switch depending on what I would like to play.

Does this exist? I can't seem to find something like this. If not, are there other ways about it. thanks
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Teach
Newbie
Yea I was about to go down the reverse splitter route until I read what you wrote! The consoles aren't really high quality to begin with so It would be nice to retain as much as I can. What is the other route I can take?

ATM i currently have the standard RF cables thats came with the consoles. What options do I have? thanks for the reply
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Teach
Newbie
thanks bud. Yea I take it your from US? All the products were in $ lol I'm from UK. I hadn't considered the composite, if I get those cables its great because I won't even need a switch box as my tv has 2 scarts (can use the scart av adapters) and one side av input, so they can all have there own channel, and the tv aerial stays in no problem. Nice one kartmaster
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Teach
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yea ebays my friend. couple each. I'll update you when im done
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