Started by Neo, September 22, 2003, 09:50:01 PM
QuoteIf that doesn't work you might have fried something, but I'm at a loss when I try to guess what.
QuoteI don�t think that�s the case, since the modulator should be able to convert the AV signal what-so-ever.
QuoteQuoteI don�t think that�s the case, since the modulator should be able to convert the AV signal what-so-ever.That's not a modulator, that's an automatic switch box. The SNES outputs RF directly, that little box just switches over to SNES whenever it's turned on. (unlike the older switch boxes where you had to slide the selector between TV and Game)Try the switchbox on a NES (they use the same RF switcher) to see if it still works.
QuoteHOW in the world do the machine put out an untranslatable AV signal that the modulator won�t make any sense out of?
QuoteWell, I guess it�s worth checking out (when I get hold of a voltmeter). If the power should indeed be too low, what should I do next to fix it?