Atari Jaguar 50/60hz mod


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All repair/modification work is carried out subject to our terms and conditions. Once you have placed your order, details of where to ship your hardware will be sent to your e-mail address. Prices do NOT include return postage. To estimate return postage we recommend Parcel2Go. Parcels will be returned by Royal Mail or UPS only.

Please note – For this mod we will require that you send us a game to test with. Any Atari Jaguar game is fine. We do not need a power supply or RGB cable, just a game.

This modification adds a toggle switch to the rear of your Atari Jaguar console that allows you to play all your games in either 50hz or 60hz. Certain game titles will run significantly better at 60hz. Some games will run faster and smoother, and some games will run without borders, though not every title is compatible.

Note:- We strongly recommend playing your Jaguar console using an RGB cable. On some televisions, games may appear in black and white when using composite or S-Video connections and 60hz mode.

Due to minuscule differences in video timings between PAL and NTSC consoles, users connecting modified PAL consoles to HDTVs (either directly or via an upscaler such as an XRGB) may experience stuttering/juddering during scrolling in games when playing in 60hz. This is not a fault with our modding process (we’re just the only website honest enough to tell you it could happen). This does not affect CRT users, see this page for more information.

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