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Atari 2600

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I seem to have lost my mains adapter for my ancient Atari 2600. Does anyone know if there is maybe a 3rd party alternative ?
I don't fancy spending £12+ on an original as the console is probably not worth that...Or anyone know a cheaper price anywhere ? Around £5-ish

Any help appreciated
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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one of the multi adapter will do it they cost around 5 quid
1 Like #2
yeah multi adapter

just select the right adapter socket

the right voltage

and the direction

+ ( -
or
+) -
#3
The reason I never through wall warts away, I always find a use for then in the end.
#4
Cheers folks !

I have 3 multi-adapters and was convinced they all had 'holes' in the ends of the attachments. Just had a look and actually have 3 ends that fit the console nicely.

Time to relive some classics...
#5
Lol Hull-Tomo you have made me go into a sweltering hot loft to fetch one of these babys down:

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/grandstand-adman2000.jpg?t=1278255318

Anyone for a game of pong? Gotta work out how to set it up now on a HD telly lol, dont think it has analogue tuner..
Bought it last year for a bargain 20p from a car boot.

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