To get true composite signals, you will need to be handy with a soldering iron and modify your Atari internally. All you really need to remember is that it goes from a pair of screw terminals to an F Connector. How much more depends upon exactly what you want to do. Then you connect the 75 ohm side of the transformer to the TV's antenna input with a standard F-connector cable. If you don't have the switchbox, then you need a different type of adapter that is less common than the sort used in Method One. Demodulator's rarely go bad on VCR's, they're usually thrown out because of the tape mechanism. FAQ and Rules You will have to register before you can post.
I hate to admit this, but I have tried everything I know of but can't seem to figure out.
how to connect atari 5200 to flat screen tv
I'm just providing the links I've found as a courtesy. Now if you don't want to do that, but you're using a monitor or tv without a coaxial input for example, a Commodore monitorthere are other options. You probably should head oer to www. Is there a piece missing there or something? For a By Catsy20 in forum Buying and Selling. Here are some possible suppliers for the adapter: