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Socoder -> Retro Stuff -> Use light gun on modern TV

Posted : Friday, 18 January 2019, 12:38
steve_ancell

Use light gun on modern TV


A workaround to play Duck Hunt on a flat panel TV. I'm not sure if this has been posted before, but here it is anyway.


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Posted : Friday, 18 January 2019, 14:10
spinal
Cool, I never thought that a NES zapper had some sort of TV filter, I always assumed the issue was something about timing the electron beam to know which white object was hit.

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Posted : Friday, 18 January 2019, 18:40
steve_ancell
I thought the same thing as you Neil, a filter inside the gun never entered my mind.