5-Pin DIN Composite AV Cable

(6 customer reviews)

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Connect an Atari 8-Bit, Commodore 8-Bit, and TI-99 Computers (with the 5-pin DIN AV Connector) to Composite Video RCA. It also includes left and right audio connectors. This cable is compatible with
  • Atari 800, 800XL, 1200XL, 65XE, and 130XE
  • Commodore VIC-20, 64 (All Versions), 128, C116, 16, +4
  • Texas Instruments TI-99/4, TI-99/4a (NTSC only)
  • Over 5 Feet in length

To connect your computer to a TV with HDMI, check out the Armor3 Composite AV to HDMI Adapter that will take output from this cable and upscale the output and make it compatible with HDMI monitors!

Additional information

Weight 6 oz

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  1. Jim Goebel

    Jim Goebel

    From my review of the USB Power cable — For a while I was thinking my 65 XE was going on the fritz, but then somebody told me to try a different version of the official power adapter. I’m really at the point where I have to watch every penny I have, so I had to hold off on getting a new one, so I shelved the computer. A few weeks ago, a friend suggested this device, so I ordered it (along with one of your monitor to composite cables,) and after searching around my house for a spare power adapter (took me 12 seconds, as I have a drawer full of these,) I powered it up, and my 65 XE worked like a charm! Just to double check that my CRT may be part of the cause of my issues, I also hooked it up to the LCD TC in the family room, and the image was clear, no garbling or garbage! Great product (s)!

    The monitor to composite cable offered me up a crisp, clean picture. I had some issues on my CRT, but after testing on my LCD TV, it’s a problem with the LCD, but it’s still not a major problem.

    Great products! I will definitely purchase from you again.

    Oh, one other thing, shipping was speedier than I thought!

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  2. fkokay

    Atari 800

    fkokay (verified owner)

    Cable worked perfectly and produced good quality video and audio

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  3. arcadeshopper

    works great on TI-99/4A

    arcadeshopper (verified owner)

    I buy these by the bushel

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  4. Retro_Geek

    Works great!

    Retro_Geek (verified owner)

    The cord seems to be good quality and works perfectly. I use it on the TI 99/4a and Atari 800. I’ll try it with the C64 and see what it does. It’s nice to know others continue to support the retro hobby.

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  5. Steve

    Perfect!

    Steve (verified owner)

    I can now play my games on my Atari 800, on my tv, with the AV plugs. The price was very good as well. The games look good on the big screen.

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  6. drpete678

    Commodore Vic 20 video cable for clone

    drpete678 (verified owner)

    The cable I got worked fantastically for the Vic 20 Clone I build. Corey was a great help with the information about the cable. I have bought C64 cables from 8-bit Classics in the past and will continue to buy any future cables from them. Great products!!!

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