This board was originally designed as the analog video amplifier circuitry for my VDU projects, but the origin of the schematic was as a way to add a composite video output to the Atari 2600 and similar consoles. The original hardware only supported RF output and while it was acceptable back then, mostly because we didn't know any better then, it hasn't aged very well and to be honest modern TVs have actually gotten significantly worse at dealing with analog signals.

You'll need to add a couple of RCA jacks to the unit itself, as well as locate the proper places to solder the input wires to - there should be plenty of information online for just about every variation out there, so not to worry. If you can figure out how not to burn yourself on a soldering iron while thinking, you should be able to get it done without too much trouble!

See documentation link for part descriptions as well as additional information.

Jan 13,2019
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