• Plug in and boot up the Raspberry Pi.
  • Plug the composite video to RCA cable from the Raspberry Pi composite out (looks like an audio jack) to the blue RF modulator box.
  • Connect the coaxial cable to the output of the blue RF modulator box.
  • Connect the matching transformer to the coaxial cable.
  • Screw in the matching transformer ends to the VHF RF input on the TV.
  • Make sure to set both the TV and the box to channel 3.
  • Turn the TV on via the volume knob and watch in awe!

For the actual graphics coming form the Pi, that is up to you. If you'd like to use the eyeball code shown here, follow this guide.

If you'd just like to get started with Raspberry Pi and want your own custom graphics transmitted but don't know where to go, start here.

This guide was first published on Nov 06, 2019. It was last updated on Nov 06, 2019.

This page (Raspberry Pi Wiring) was last updated on Aug 16, 2022.

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