Video output help.
I know this isn't anything to do with flashlights but i am hoping some of you who have had experience with diy projectors and stuff might have some knowledge on this.
Bit of background information first. I found my old gameboy advance in the attic the other day and started playing with it, trouble is that my mp3 player has a better screen than this thing, the GBA has some potential that is wasted with the original screen. So I'm working out how to modify it to display the image on a television screen, i have no prior experience with this sort of thing but I reckon it doesn't need to be as expensive and complicated as other people have made it.
Anyway first question, if I send an RGB signal to my television will it be able to display the image?
I can get an RGB to PAL converter if I need to.
Also is it as simple as soldering the 16 video wires going to the gameboy screen to 1 composite cable?
I've never done anything like this before so I'd be very grateful for any help, suggestions or questions.
I know there are devices available that just plug into the gameboy and the tv but they're hard to find and unrealistically expensive.
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Re: Video output help.
Most would just play using an emulator on their PC/tablet/phone.
Google: gameboy advance emulator