My Atari Video Computer System (from before they started calling it the 2600), came with a converter box that takes the RCA jack, and converts it to rf, and also allows you to connect a coax cable form your antenna, or VCR or whatever.
I have noticed that there seems to be a littler interference as I get these white fuzzy lines that come and go really fast. Not really lines, but you know what I mean.
When I have my coax cable connected directly from my VCR to my TV, the signal quality and crustal clear, and there is no interference.
This gets me thinking that it being converted from race, to RF, and then to Coax is what is degrading the signal quality.
I am thinking of getting an RCA F to Coax M adapter, to have only one conversion, but with that I wouldn't be able to allow my VCR to also be connected, and I'd have to wait for it to be shipped from online, as I can't find any for sale in my locality.
Is there something I could do, in order to increase the signal strength and/or quality?