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I can't tell if it's my TV's tuner being out of calibration or my RF modulator being out of calibration, but I'm having to tune to about 13.5 on VHF to get anything out of it.... and it still looks like crap. But hey, it works!
I'm broadcasting over the air.
just at very, very low power.
The PS1 was the first thing I grabbed that could output RCA, so I'm currently broadcasting the Final Fantasy 8 attract mode
And reprogramming it is very easy!
You see these blurry dip switches? all 22 of them?
You just use this handy fold out reference chart to tell you how to set them.
I had to censor channel 25, the FORBIDDEN CHANNEL
Some video of it in action. Switching to channel 7 seems to have made it able to tune in better.
(the audio is from my other computer, I'm not broadcasting audio yet)
Tried another TV.
Although sadly it seems the audio is broken on my Got Milk? TV.
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