How to CONNECT Your GAME CONSOLES to HDTVs

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I have 40 years worth of game consoles connected to two televisions in my Game Room. Here is how I connect most of them.

Equipment I Use:
Monoprice 103027 4-Port Component Video Switch

Monoprice 103027 4-Port Component Video Switch

Gigaware Universal Gaming Component Cable

Gigaware Universal Gaming Component Cable

Monoprice 6FT 4 in 1 Component Cable

Monoprice 6FT 4 in 1 Component Cable for X360 Wii PS2 PS3

Enko Mini Composite Converter

Enko Mini Composite Converter

RBVGADreamcast

VGA S-Video Adapter Dreamcast

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  • stream is evil

    Will my game room isn’t to big so at this time most of my systems are in storage. My Ouya, The Retron 5, and an Raspberry Pi Computer board sands for 95% of of retro systems. Systems like The 3DO, Santaer and CDI I have no plans to get since I passed them up. As for the SEGA CD, Turbo CD, Jagger CD and PSX games to save were and tare on the disks I use the the Raspberry Pi for them. the Retron 5 I only use for like Reproductions and homeburews until I can get an rom on my Ouya then I put them up for self keeping.