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Topic # 12712 1-Apr-2007 17:44
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OK, I need some help or idea's concering a really old Sega Mega Drive 2. LOL.

I just pulled it out of the cupboard that its been living in for the past 8years, And for some reason I would like to get it all going again so I can play some of the classic games.

The main reason its been packed away for so long is because the plug that plugs into the A/V output and goes to the RF unit has snapped off. Its just wires.

There are 4 wires sticking out, they are yellow, red, white and one thats just a bare wire, I belive that Yellow would be your video, red and white are sound, and the bare wire would be the negative for the lot.

I got pictures to show what it looks like, but i have no idea how to upload them on here.

But back to the point,

On the A/V out port it has nine small holes where the plug goes, and around those is a round steel negative termainal, (like a ps/2 port)
I mainly want to know if any one has an idea on witch hole is what, and what wire goes where in those holes,

Any idea's?

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  Reply # 65870 1-Apr-2007 18:00
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Try this..

Usually Yellow is Video, Red and white are audio. Black is ground.

http://pinouts.ru/connector/9_pin_mini-DIN_male_special_connector.shtml



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Reply # 65957 2-Apr-2007 11:19
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YES!

thank you so much!, got it going! Just wired up some old ps2 RCA Cables to it so now I am now able to use it on a newer tv's instead of having to use the RF Unit.

It so good being able to play some of the old classic games I had lying around, such as sonic 2, cool spot, desert stike, virtual pinball, and much more

Thanks
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