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That is a 2N4401 transistor. The two zig zag things are resistors and the "slotted arrow" thing means ground. Those are standards for schematics so it might be worth getting familiar with.
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banditpaw1 wrote:I hope you mean either a nes 2 or a noac because I just realized the nes has composite.
you just proved how much you really know.
when removing the RF box, you still have composite, but it is very weak. You need to make this amplifier to make the signal strong again.
rest in peace, Ronnie James Dio! \m/