AV Mods

Most pre-NES consoles offered only RF output, and can be difficult to modify. Almost every post-NES system had a wealth of video options, most offering at least composite video output, and many easily hacked to allow RGB output, and sometimes S-video. On this page you'll find the GameSX library of video hacks - some useful, some trivial, and some downright evil. All, however, will grant you better quality images than you're seeing now.

When Lawrence started GameSX.com back in ~1996 there were no sources for this information online. Gopher was still vying with the infant WWW as the most useful resource, and GameSX.com - originally intended to be a website for Game Station X (Lawrence's store) was instead a repository of knowledge gleaned from obscure sources and trial and error (mostly the latter).

General Information

Video Adaptors

Specific Information

Consoles

  • 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
  • Sony PlayStation
    • PlayStation 1 Sync - For those who would rather get the sync off of the motherboard than use sync chips.
  • Sony PlayStation 2

Computers

 
 av/av_mods.txt · Last modified: 2015/07/23 00:11 by rgb32e
 
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