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Offline MissArgent

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A Famicom, a NES, and a Everdrive N8 pro
« on: September 15, 2021, 04:32 AM »
So, I'm thinking about getting a Everdrive N8 Pro for my NES and Famicom, but I want to be able to cover both systems with one flashcart. What form factor should I go for, (Famicom cart, NES adapter/NES cart, famicom adapter) and are there any recommended adapters to use?

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Re: A Famicom, a NES, and a Everdrive N8 pro
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2021, 11:06 AM »
Get the Famicom version so you get the correct pins for expansion sound and avoid any hassle. Then get a 60-to-72 pin adapter that works with the Pro. The cart is too tall to fit in a NES with a normal 60-to-72 pin adapter, so you need a longer one similar to the Game Genie.
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Re: A Famicom, a NES, and a Everdrive N8 pro
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2021, 04:09 PM »
Get the Famicom version so you get the correct pins for expansion sound and avoid any hassle. Then get a 60-to-72 pin adapter that works with the Pro. The cart is too tall to fit in a NES with a normal 60-to-72 pin adapter, so you need a longer one similar to the Game Genie.

thanks for the awesome information.