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JustJeff88
Jan 15, 2008

I AM
CONSISTENTLY
ANNOYING
...
JUST TERRIBLE


THIS BADGE OF SHAME IS WORTH 0.45 DOUBLE DRAGON ADVANCES


of SA-Mart forever

I am posting this here because I am looking for such a thing in order to play retro console games.

In short, I recently ran into a problem that I have never had before. I live in the Americas but have for the first time PAL media that I would like to play. The console(s) plays both NTSC and PAL with no problem, but I have both a flat LED television as well as an old CRT and neither display PAL games properly. I'm embarrassed that I didn't think of this and sad that there doesn't seem to be any solution for it, but I wanted to ask in case I missed something. I've searched a good deal with no log finding any sort of adapter/converter, which surprised me as there seems to be an adapter for everything these days.

Any ideas? In all cases I am using composite input cables, if that matters.

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Thuryl
Mar 14, 2007

My postillion has been struck by lightning.


Seems like they do in fact exist and you can expect to pay somewhere in the neighbourhood of $50 for them. Make sure you get one that takes RCA input. This one seems to do what you want.

Thuryl fucked around with this message at 02:36 on Sep 30, 2020

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