Sega Mega Drive 2 Megadrive II AV Audio Video TV cable cord leadPRODUCT CODE: PR780
Sega Mega Drive 2 AV audio video RCA connecting cable cord lead for Sega Megadrive II video game console.
Designed exclusively for Sega Mega Drive 2, Sega Mega Drive II & Sega Megadrive II.
This Sega Megadrive 2 av cable is also known as Sega MD2 MD 2 hook up cable cord lead.
Compatible with any AV ready TV. Play a Sega Megadrive 2 on your CRT, LCD, LED, Plasma television or video projector without tuning.
Get the most out of the Sega Mega Drive 2 with this AV cable. You won't only experience better video over the old RF but also better sound.
9 Pin round DIN male plug (which fits the 9pin DIN female socket on the console) to 3x Male RCA Plugs (Yellow composite video, Red & White audio).
Cable length: 1.8 Meters
Guaranteed reliability. Backed by a 2 Year Techexpress Guarantee.
Not compatible with Sega Megadrive 1 or Master System 1 game consoles, See our listings for these
Package includes 1x Sega Megadrive 2 AV television 3x RCA plug cable wire.
Combine & Save. See our listings for Power supplies, game controllers, controller extension cords, RF & RGB SCART cables, repair tools, parts & accessories.
14 Day 'change of mind' return in unused condition for a refund less shipping fees.
2 Year return to base refund or replace guarantee.
Questions & answers:
Q. I get a black screen. The av cables are connected to the correct yellow white and red connections on the tv but nothing is showing, sound or picture.
Always ensure that the Sega Mega Drive II console is powered off before inserting any accessories, controllers and game cartridges.
Ensure that the RCA Connectors are connected to the matching Red, White and Yellow AV RCA Sockets on the TV. A Yellow RCA denotes a Composite Video input. A Red, Green and Blue RCA connector typically denotes RGB Component input. RGB Component video inputs will not work with a standard, unmodified Sega Mega Drive II.
Ensure that that the TV is SET to AV. Some televisions have multiple AV ports. These are often labelled as AV1, AV2 and AV3. Make sure your TV is switched to the correct AV input. This can be checked with a known good image source such as another known good game console.
Testing on a second TV can ensure that any issues are not caused solely by a particular model of TV.
Test the Sega Mega Drive II power supply with a known good power supply. Does the Sega Mega Drive II’s RED light come on? If not then check the power supply. If you can test with a Multi Meter, the Power Supply should have an output voltage 10VDC and be able to supply at least 850 milliamps.
If you feel adventurous, carefully inspect the DC socket on the Sega Mega Drive II. A common issue is that the DC sockets wear out or the solder connections weaken and disconnect due to frequent movement of the DC plug.
Test the console with a known good cartridge.
Clean both sides of the game cartridge edge connectors. This may help to ensure that the cartridge is connecting with the console when inserted. We have a cartridge edge cleaning tool and game cart screwdrivers for this. See our listings for IPA cloths and thin plastic cards to clean the game consoles Cartridge Slot.
We also suggest asking about repairs on many of New Zealand's excellent online video game communities. In an effort to help, here are a few to try...
1 The Trade Me Gaming community: https://www.trademe.co.nz/Community/MessageBoard/Threads.aspx?topic=15
2 The Facebook NZ Retro Gamers Group: https://www.facebook.com/nzretrogamers/
3 The Facebook Respect Retro Gaming Group: https://www.facebook.com/respectretrogaming/
A Google search can also provide many excellent results. Perform a Google search for the sega mega drive 2 black screen. Click here to search google for sega mega drive 2 black screen.
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