Author Topic: 1989 famicom with true rgb, s-video, stereo sound, nes controller ports  (Read 16379 times)

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Offline Grambo

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Neat. I now see why you use it as a dev/test unit.
I very strongly feel like I'm going to buy a stoneagegamer adaptor now... that'll take a lot of unnecessary chopping work out of the equation. It's still going to be a bit painful mounting the 72-pin connector, yes, I'm aware, but it'll be fun having a toaster NES that appears and functions like a stock toaster, but actually loads games.

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Neat. I now see why you use it as a dev/test unit.
I very strongly feel like I'm going to buy a stoneagegamer adaptor now... that'll take a lot of unnecessary chopping work out of the equation. It's still going to be a bit painful mounting the 72-pin connector, yes, I'm aware, but it'll be fun having a toaster NES that appears and functions like a stock toaster, but actually loads games.

Yeah it's a fun project for sure.