My green Quasar TV should arrive today. I have to get a stand for it, find or purchase an RF modulator, and get a shelf to display our Video Games.
I'm thinking of getting a 4 cube Expedit style shelf, and then adding two additional shelves in the top two cubes.
I also have in transit:
- An Agile modulator
- An AM transmitter
- Some AM radios
- Another smaller TV
This is exciting.
And, in my stuff that's currently on it's way from our old apartment, I have some other video production equipment, TVs, cameras, etc.
And an Atari 2600 I've moded for RCA out. And an HDMI to RCA adapter for newer video sources.
It should be a good time when we finally get it all set up.
For now, the plan looks like this:
1 TV gets an RCA switch run in to it's RF modulator. The RCA switch is then connected to my Famiclone, my NES, SNES, atari 2600, and probably also a VCR.
The other TV gets a wireless signal fed to it from the agile modulator. Eventually, there will be a TV in each room receiving from the agile modulator. This is for Space Patrol and Saturday Morning Cartoons. When it's not Saturday morning, we might run classic films through the other TVs.
In addition to all of that, we're also going to set up some small radios. Transistor sets anchored to various tables, eventually probably also a few tube sets, once I get our tube sets repaired.
These will be fed from the AM radio transmitter to play our house music.
I think that'll be cute.
We'll see how it works in practice.
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