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Old 07-31-2012, 06:09 PM   #21
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Thanks everyone for the input and suggestions. When you deal with Old Car--the KISS theory applies--Keep It Simple Stupid! Changing preferences, etc. may have worked but the HDMI cable is the route to go. Simple enough to plug in at both ends and hit HDMI 1 on my input selection on the television menu and I am up and running again! Appreciate the help Herk! Your private messages and responses here actually made this a simple solution.


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Old 08-01-2012, 12:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by VinceU

Go figure, I checked the Toshiba TV line and none of them have composite conections anymore. My two from 2011 had one or two ports with audio. Looks like the yellow port went the way of analog TV. So much for connecting VCR's , camera's old video games etc without fancy converting boards? Thats progress for ya!

HDMI ports and cables seem abit excessive for 720 dip television signals, oh well.

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So are you saying I can not move my 80's Atari system to the TT.

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You should have a selectable A/V plate that will allow you to do this. You just can't hook it directly to the TV.
Actually I think the only output on my Atari is a 300 ohm twin lead.

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