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-In the third picture above is where the four wires are attached to the bottom of the SNES2 AV port. In this picture the white wire (for composite sync) obscures where the red wire is attached for pin 1 but all four wires are attached. A clear insulating compound ​(hot glue) was used to help protect the connections and exposed wire. Make sure to add the resistors to these pins if they are not present in your RGB cable. ​The hot glue is completely optional, and is not recommended if you want as clean of an install as possible.+In the third picture above is where the four wires are attached to the bottom of the SNES2 AV port. In this picture the white wire (for composite sync) obscures where the red wire is attached for pin 1 but all four wires are attached. A clear insulating compound was used to help protect the connections and exposed wire. Make sure to add the resistors to these pins if they are not present in your RGB cable. ​Using glue to protect the wires is completely optional, and is not recommended if you want as clean of an install as possible.
  
     
 
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