Help with modding RGB cable for NTSC GameCube

DanStone

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Hi guys, I have a request. I stumbled upon a website which offers instructions for modding a RGB Cable so it can be used on NTSC Gamecubes: mmmonkey.co.uk/ntsc-gamecube-rgb-cable/
The only problem is I lack the skill to do this myself. I live in Germany, so I'd like to know if anybody here would be willing to do this that lives in Europe? I'd obviously pay for the service. Thank You!
 

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The mod itself can likely be done by anybody that solders electronics to fix them (phone repair shops are a good start).

Do yourself a favour before going too far in this though and look up the price for "1 x Nintendo Digital Video Cable (DOL-009)"
They are very rare and hard to come by. Some people are doing newer versions, even outputting HDMI. I am not as familiar with what goes there though.

Alternatively buy a wii and mod that. Only thing you can't do with such a thing is the gb player or modem. Cables there can be had for less than 10 Euros, maybe even less than 5. You will also have a modded with to play with.

Alternatively alternatively you could maybe get a wii u and play with some of its options for gamecube games. Those do HDMI out of the box.
 

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