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Thread: Retro Guide: S-Video mod tutorial for the Sega Genesis Model 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-scene View Post
    That's a cool little board! Where did you get it?
    I have this along with other boards I designed on OSHPark.
    https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/MTnxrTeq

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helder View Post
    I have this along with other boards I designed on OSHPark.
    https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/MTnxrTeq
    That's very cool sir! I'll have to try one out along with the Model 1 Stereo!
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    Stereo mod is still incomplete but should work ok, there is a thread on it here and you should read it over to see the changes made.

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    Anybody know a good S-Video connector part? I"m thinking of desoldering the RF unit and putting the 4 pin mini-din connector in the hole. So far on one guide I've seen people use this without much hassle, though one might have to glue it. http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-Pcs-Mini-...sAAOSwd4tUBYSu

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    This is similar but no need for glue since it has a screw you tighten around the connector.

    http://m.ebay.com/itm/Comprehensive-...580?nav=SEARCH

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    Thanks. Didn't know Console5 had a new style in stock. Foolish me for ordering that thing off ebay without nut!

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    On my VA6 I noticed that there were three holes on the PCB in back of the RF unit. Does anybody know what that part is for? I do plan on removing the RF unit and placing the S-video circuit there anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderkicker View Post
    On my VA6 I noticed that there were three holes on the PCB in back of the RF unit. Does anybody know what that part is for? I do plan on removing the RF unit and placing the S-video circuit there anyway.
    Those are for an RF modulator, if you look closely you'll notice those holes are connected directly to the three pins on the modulator.

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