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Setting up video game through Verizon's A/V outlet on the box

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Setting up video game through Verizon's A/V outlet on the box

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I found my old SNES, and I want to hook it up. I have the A/V outlet on the back of the verizon box (none on my TV). I'd like to hook it up and get it working. It's all plugged in, but i can't figure out how to get the game up and running on screen. I tried all inputs and flipped through channels

 

any ideas?? I can always look for a converter, but hoping not to

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The A/V jacks on the STB are outputs, not inputs.  

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You need a RCA RF modulator. You connent your video game to the modulator and the modulator goes inline between the STB and TV using the 75 Ohm coax connection.

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