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If you ordered a RG351P during the first week it was available (in mid-September 2020), it’s possible your copy shipped with an internal WiFi antenna. Anbernic then learned that there was some audio crackling in the speakers when WiFi was enabled. To remedy the issue, Anbernic now ships units without an antenna, which is a shame because the built-in WiFi option is one of my favorite features of the device. If you have one of those early models, this video will show you how to easily fix the audio issues with a bit of aluminum foil and electrical tape.

Read the full written guide here: https://retrogamecorps.com/2020/10/11/how-to-fix-rg351p-internal-wifi-antenna-audio-issues/

More background on the WiFi sound: https://youtu.be/73nR1MhBn1U?t=382

You will need a hex H1.5 or torx T5 screwdriver to open the back of the case. Note that in the video I referred to the WiFi antenna cable as a “power cable” by mistake!

Timestamps:
00:00 introduction and disassembly
01:08 orientation
02:04 reorient WiFi antenna cable
03:40 wrap the speaker wire
05:35 reassembly
06:22 performance test

Intro theme song sampled from “Hexadecimal Genome” by Bit Shifter:
http://www.8bitpeoples.com/products/520241-bit-shifter-information-chase

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