i'm just wondering how useful would this be when i play my master system. becuase it's so bloody annoying tuning my tv. Will it work for sega??? and secondly if a console doesn't work with rf will the modulator make it work cos i have a com 64 and i can't get it tuned it so if i plug it into an rf modulator will it work??
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The modulator is built into the Master System, when you plug an RF lead into the Master System your plugging into the modulator. I think you mean a switch box, all that does is let you have your Master System and TV connected at the same time, and you can switch between them without having to connect the TV aerial seperatly.
It wouldnt help tuning it in by having an RF switch box at all...
If you have a Master System 1 however, I recommend buying an RGB Scart Cable - I sell these for £10.99 each plus postage to Australia of £2.70. Let me know if you are interested via PM or email? millionmilesaway85 AT hotmail DOT com
You can then plug your Master System 1 via the A/V port to your TV's SCART socket, and get a crystal clear picture and sound.. light years ahead of RF in terms of picture quality and ease of use!
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Yeah the RF cable sucks compared to other connections. I'm not sure what SCART is comparable to in North America but here in Canada I got a composite A/V cable (the yellow/red/white RCA plugs) and the picture was much improved over the standard RF. using the Power Base Convertor and a composite cable was even better for some reason, maybe the Genesis kicked in a little more horsepower to the A/V...it was smooth as silk and had a really nice clear image.
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