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 RGB can be easily tapped from the underside of the N64 PCB, as indicated (C124, C125, C126) RGB can be easily tapped from the underside of the N64 PCB, as indicated (C124, C125, C126)
  
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 ===== RGB Amplifier Schematic ===== ===== RGB Amplifier Schematic =====
  
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 ===== RGB Amplifier (Installed in N64) ===== ===== RGB Amplifier (Installed in N64) =====
  
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 ===== Connection From Amplifier to AV Output connector ​ ===== ===== Connection From Amplifier to AV Output connector ​ =====
  
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 ===== Notes ===== ===== Notes =====
  
-This modification has been tested out on several XRGB-3 units and a Sony PVM-2030 with perfect results!  ​+This modification has been tested out on several XRGB-3 units and a Sony PVM-2030 with perfect results!  ​Stock SHVC-010 cables can be used with the resulting system. ​ Note that the 220uF electrolytic capacitors used for NTSC SNES RGB cables are not necessary for connecting the RGB output from the N64.
  
 However: However:
 
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