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Saturday 18th April 2009
walmartcartpusher

"Uhh, not much to say about this thing, one question, do you acually need to connect this to a computer or something cause i dont know where to connect the rf or w/e"

should be the same as the Atari 2600 games/tv switch...


Tuesday 9th August 2005
Olivier (Earth)

Well, the European version has a special audio & video output connector -> scart connector. I guess the US version has also a audio & video output.


Monday 8th August 2005
Deadman101 (US)

Uhh, not much to say about this thing, one question, do you acually need to connect this to a computer or something cause i dont know where to connect the rf or w/e


Wednesday 27th July 2005
Jerry Reno (Bowie, MD)

The "Atari Flashback" miniconsole is, according to the label on the bottom, a "Mini 7800". It looks like a tiny 7800; iIt has five 7800 games in rom, with a dozen or so 2600 games. The two controllers look like 7800 controllers, but are not compatible, according to the manual.





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