N64RGB (Tim Worthington)
Tim Worthington's RGB mod. Efficient and inexpensive. New Version : V3.0
N64 do not produce RGB natively. This mod can be installed on any model of Nintendo 64.
This PCB is a creation of the great Tim Worthington (known for his NESRGB). Borti has modified the firmware to add the "Deblur" function that allows to bypass the very unpleasant blur effect present on the N64.
The mod is sold with its ribbon cable.
CAUTION: If your N64 is equipped with a MAV-NUS or AVDC-NUS chip, select the option above to equip yourself with the necessary adapter for installation.
Version 3 specific info
To enable de-blur via the controller press Z + Start + R + C-left. To disable press Z + Start + R + C-right. The state is reset to default on power cycle. If the SW pad is unconnected de-blur default is off. If the SW pad is connected to ground (GND) de-blur default is on. You can connect a switch to the SW pad and toggle the feature this way if you like.
To reset the console in game, press Z + Start + R + A + B.
Jumper JP4 controls the low pass filter on the RGB output. Open = enabled (recommended). Closed = bypassed.
Jumper JP5 selects output type. Open = RGB. Closed = component video. When in component video mode Red = PR, Blue = PB, Green = Y.
Jumper JP6 is for the data monitor (blinking LEDs). Open = enabled. Closed = disabled.
Jumpers JP7 and JP8 should be left open.
Note on installation :
If you choose an installation, you will be asked to pay for the shipping cost of returning your console once the mod has been completed. If you choose this option, an email will be sent to you with the shipping details to send us your console.
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