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    Cell phone camera doesn't make justice.

    Anyway... as I told before, the hard part is the handy work.
    Everyone knows a Supergun is an encased PSU with A/V and controller ports.
    Still have to get more braces to get it all tidier. I ran ran short of 'em.

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    I really need to make a SG for myself.

    Very nice, Atro!
    ...console emulation has no soul...

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    +1 contribution.

    I've already opened a thread for this, but it fits better in here!

    Dreamcast stick to AES/Supergun/Atomiswave with full DC compatibility intact.

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    And I also built this little adapter to be able to use multiple layouts.

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    Main layout is like the AES stick, with the bottom right button as NG Select / AW 5th button.

    With the adapter, it turns into a regular Capcom 3 Punch on top + 3 kicks on the bottom. No coin button for Capcom layout tho.

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    In addition to RGB/S-Video modding an NES for DonBurgundy I also installed a d nail vaporizer in it.




    that case work...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiel View Post
    In addition to RGB/S-Video modding an NES for DonBurgundy I also installed a d nail vaporizer in it.




    that case work...
    I.... CAN'T... WAIT........

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    Matter of fact... I'm not worthy....



    Fuck Christoph Kiel's out here running the NESRGB market now
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    On this site yes. It goes:

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    As a responsible modder it's your duty to test all modwork for full functionality.
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    finally got around modding my TG-16 . ( this is the original unit I got when I was a kid )

    I wanted to be able to use normal genesis2 scart cable so used these ( I add to map the pinout with a need able a multi meter, hopefully this pic saves someone some time )

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    perfect fit !



    xrgb mini + projector time !



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    Btw, a genesis scart cable has caps in it, they'll throw the brightness of your Turbo off if they aren't removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    Btw, a genesis scart cable has caps in it, they'll throw the brightness of your Turbo off if they aren't removed.
    It's not necessarily the caps inside the cable, it's the resistors inside that will. Broken's RGB amp has 75 ohm resistors on the outputs, and combined with the 75 ohm resistors inside the Genesis cable, you'll get dimmer video.
    Quote Originally Posted by aaronjmill View Post
    y'know he might be right, the technology inside the DVD player or TV is notoriously unreliable. probably best to take it to your local technology inside the DVD player or TV repairman. that stuff's pretty technical.

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    aaaaah, that explains things... i had to jack the gamma on the xrgb way up.

    thanks guys. I'll just pick up another genny2 cable and remove the resistors

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloBoy View Post
    It's not necessarily the caps inside the cable, it's the resistors inside that will. Broken's RGB amp has 75 ohm resistors on the outputs, and combined with the 75 ohm resistors inside the Genesis cable, you'll get dimmer video.
    D'oh, that's what I meant.

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    so I took out the resistors and caps out. it's pretty bright now, but it started skips frames... until I set the xrgb back to auto sync... odd :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by codecrank View Post
    so I took out the resistors and caps out. it's pretty bright now, but it started skips frames... until I set the xrgb back to auto sync... odd :/
    Since you're using a Turbo Grafx and have the room on the mini-din, you should tap Y off of the 6260 and use it as your sync source. It's much cleaner, and will typically get along much better with the Framemeister.

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    GBA (agb-001) Backlight mod #1 complete! Installed the Deluxe Rainbow "luxury" ribbon cable, the one that allows you to adjust the brightness through 5-levels by holding Select and Pressing the L button.



    Still working on #2.



    The most time was spent cutting out the plastic tabs on the inside so the backlight lcd would fit.




    This was a pretty easy mod to do, just 3 wires to solder.


    Now I need to get my hands on a couple of those glass lens covers since mine are a bit scratched up.

    Thanks goes out to MuppeT for selling me the donor screens!

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    GBA SP's (ags-101). I got a couple broken SP's that I pulled them from.

    Spoiler:

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    Sexy. I've been wanting to do this, but lack of parts.

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    I have done many mods such as Atari Lynx 5v mod, SNES jr S-Video support and power LED, PSOne modchip, 2600 S-Video and composite, etc.

    but this is the only one I did with photo and details

    Duo-R (and all Duo) has only 1 LED for drive activity. I wanted power on LED and I wanted it separate from the existing red LED so I don't get purple glow. Mounting the second LED would have worked but I wanted to leave the exterior looking stock so I had to figure a way to make blue LED come on only when red LED is not on. Simple schematic I found worked:




    I wired it dead bug style. With total of 4 parts, it wasn't worth wasting pcb. I mounted the LED on top of the transistor so the blue LED would sit about the same height as the red LED. Conveniently the collector and emitter leads of 2n3904 are spaced the same as LED leads so nothing special there.



    Here's a video of it in work:
    https://youtu.be/v7awBIm9M3g

    When I did the LED mod, I also swapped the stock 5 pin video connector with an 8 pin one so I can add RGB support later. Just need RGB amp, and to build custom cable with sync stripper so it works on Commodore 1084 monitor. (it expects separate sync and likely won't work with straight composite video as composite sync)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Genki View Post
    I have done many mods such as Atari Lynx 5v mod, SNES jr S-Video support and power LED, PSOne modchip, 2600 S-Video and composite, etc.

    but this is the only one I did with photo and details

    Duo-R (and all Duo) has only 1 LED for drive activity. I wanted power on LED and I wanted it separate from the existing red LED so I don't get purple glow. Mounting the second LED would have worked but I wanted to leave the exterior looking stock so I had to figure a way to make blue LED come on only when red LED is not on. Simple schematic I found worked:




    I wired it dead bug style. With total of 4 parts, it wasn't worth wasting pcb. I mounted the LED on top of the transistor so the blue LED would sit about the same height as the red LED. Conveniently the collector and emitter leads of 2n3904 are spaced the same as LED leads so nothing special there.



    Here's a video of it in work:
    https://youtu.be/v7awBIm9M3g

    When I did the LED mod, I also swapped the stock 5 pin video connector with an 8 pin one so I can add RGB support later. Just need RGB amp, and to build custom cable with sync stripper so it works on Commodore 1084 monitor. (it expects separate sync and likely won't work with straight composite video as composite sync)
    Nice. For me I think I'd prefer a pulsing led of the same color when it's showing activity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    pulsing led
    DANCE DANCE DUO!!!!!!!!!

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    Just got done doing this SNES arcade stick NOT clean but it works and this is the first padhack ive ever done.


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