Hooking up Multiple Video Game Systems by Mike Matei Fans having been asking me for quite a while about how I hook up all my game consoles. My setup isn’t the most efficient thing in the world, but it gets the job done. There are probably better switchers out there I could be using, but this is just the way I’ve been doing it. I use mostly basic RCA Splitters that can be bought at local stores like Radio Shack and Target. I would like to improve the way I have everything hooked up however. So if you have any ideas on how I can improve my gaming setup, please let me know. I know there are 8 way RCA splitters out there, but really I need one more extreme then that, which is why I haven’t bothered upgrading. I need something that does more like 20 way… What I really need is something that can has more ports for HDMI, Coaxial & RCA all together.. Here’s a list of the systems that are hooked up at my apartment now. And what method I’m using for each. Nintendo Entertainment system (NES) - RCA (modded) Famicom - Coaxial (i’d like to get a modded fermium but don’t have one yet) Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) - RCA Nintendo 64 - RCA Gamecube - RCA Sega Genesis - RCA Sega Saturn - RCA Panasonic 3DO - RCA Turbo Duo - RCA Xbox - RCA Playstation 2 - RCA Dreamcast - RCA Sega Master System - RCA Atari 7800 - RCA (modded) Atari 5200 - RCA (modded) Wii U - HDMI Retron 5 - HDMI Xbox 360 - HDMI Playstation 3 - HDMI Ouya - HDMI Twitter Mike Matei ► Link
This Video Game Review was released on April 7th 2015 by Mike Matei.
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