Splitting/ Capturing NES Pal Signal

Thread in 'Hardware' started by TGGC, 25 Nov 2018.

  1. What is the preferred method of watching your NES on a CRT TV set and capturing it at the same time? Is it ok to just y-split the signals? Only found capture devices for RCA which did with inputs and no outputs.
  2. Splitting the composite signal on a CRT TV is very easy to do. As an example...
  3. Yes, you are right! After trying I decided the result is good enough for me! I tried to find information about it online ahead of time but only read this solution will decrease the signal quality. For me a can barely see something changed after plugging in the second cable.
  4. Muf


    Composite is so shit you don't notice the difference :V
  5. And my capture device is shit anyway...

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