RF Adaptor Splitter?

Ugly Joe

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I was messing around with my apartment's gaming rig and found out that one of my old RF adaptors (the old nes/snes-style gray bricks) doesn't work. Rather than going out and buying a new one, I'm wondering if it's alright to use an RCA splitter to hook up two systems through a single RF adaptor? Would there be any negative consequences if both systems were turned on at the same time? Normally I would just try it out, but I don't want to risk damaging my old consoles.
 
> You cannot combine electricity like that.

Meaning it would damage the consoles, or just not work?

> You need an a/v switcher.

I need another RF adaptor. The last thing I need is another a/v switcher. How would an a/v switcher work with RF adaptors, anyway?
 
> Meaning it would damage the consoles, or just not work?

Puff-of-smoke-and-your-house-burns-down not work.

> I need another RF adaptor. The last thing I need is another
> a/v switcher. How would an a/v switcher work with RF
> adaptors, anyway?

Use the a/v switcher and put the output of it into the rf adaptor. Lots of consoles...one rf adaptor...everything works.
 
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