3DO

Unfortunately, without a modification, the 3DO only outputs 480i and does not output RGB.  It does output S-Video though and good mods are available for certain models

Info / Mods:
3DO's that use a specific chip (the VT chip) can be modded both for RGB and 240p!  3DO's that use the "Bt9101" chip can be modded for RGB, but will still only output 480i.  There is one motherboard / chip revision of the 3DO that can't be modded for either. For more information on 480i and 240p, please see the 240p page.

 

Mod your 3DO for 240p output

You can install a switch in many 3DO models that allow you to enable a 240p mode.  Click here for more information.

Otakus-store RGB kit (for compatible models):

http://www.otakus-store.net/en/modding-kit/279-3do-rgb-modding-full-kit.html

 

SPDIF / TOSLINK Mod (only certain models).

http://assemblergames.com/l/threads/3do-fz-10-toslink.58126/
 

 

 

RGB Mod Technical Info:
Here's a diagram of the actual RGB mod, in case you'd like to try and make your own circuit (experts-only!):

As an FYI, I believe this was the first person to accomplish a 3DO RGB mod:  http://www.digitpress.com/forum/showthread.php?81651-3do-rgb-mod-done-and-working!-pictures-included!&highlight=acem77

 

 

Conclusion:
I'd only recommend doing the RGB mod if the 3DO is one of your favorite systems, or if you prefer to run all your consoles through an RGB SCART switch.  It's my opinion that it may be a lot of trouble for a console that doesn't have a large library and natively supports S-Video output.

That being said, if your 3DO has a compatible chip, I'd definitely recommend doing the 240p mod;  It's not very hard, makes a huge difference in picture quality and works on all outputs (RGB, S-Video, Composite...and even RF).

 

 

If you'd like info on mods for other systems, head to the Getting RGB From Each System page or check out the main page for more retro-awesomeness.