An easier way to RGB or Composite mod Atari 2600jnr?

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  1. lord of time

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    Hi there, I have a PAL Atari 2600 and have atempted to do a basic composite mod onn it however the composite signal it outputs is very weak and needs the transistor amp circuit building... before i do so is there any way of extracting an RGB signal from this thing as Composite sucks by comparison.
     
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    cheers but thats way too expensive... i think i will stick with shitty rf for now.
     
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    Well i have something almost ready to go.
    I have made a board based on the schematics from :128279-cd4050-av-mod-on-pal-atari-2600
    I am waiting for the board so i can test them. I have ordered them last week. However you can build it using the schematics anyway ;)
     
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    Thats for S-video though, not RGB.
     

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