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    Nice Yodd. I dig the quest to mod any/every PCE that comes your way.

    Also dig your amp so far, been in use just about every day for the last couple weeks. Should sell like hotcakes on pcefx forums.

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    The inside looks a little wacky, but I think I did an okay job packaging my SFC-based SuperGun:


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    Looks interesting. Would like to see some more pics of that.
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    Geez it's like 3/4ths of the SuperGrafx board is a gigantic ground plane.
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloBoy View Post
    Geez it's like 3/4ths of the SuperGrafx board is a gigantic ground plane.
    Yeah I know it's crazy.

    Reminds me of the TG16 motherboard. Tons of open space.

    Could have easily made the machine smaller if they wanted to.
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    Just for people posting here. Please post pictures of your actual soldering/wiring work and not just pictures of an outside case. This thread is to show of clean and proper mod work. Clean casework is nice and all but it needs clean work inside the systems to back it up. If a mod job is flawless on the outside but terrible on the inside it does not belong in this thread.

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    Here's the NESRGB in my Twin Famicom:


    And here's an install I'm finishing up for a customer on SHMUPS:
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloBoy View Post
    Here's the NESRGB in my Twin Famicom:


    And here's an install I'm finishing up for a customer on SHMUPS:
    Awesome install dude, it is always nice to see a spotless install with this kit. Its like nerd porn.

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    Does this include paint work?

    Here are my 2 and a 3rd is on the way.

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    The tired old NES top loader that I've had since I was a kid got the NESRGB treatment today...



    And here's the back. The multiout panel was made by BuffaloWing and Helder from the ASSEMbler forums and is 3D printed. Tim now includes a small ON-OFF-ON switch with the NESRGB and it happened to fit perfectly between the multiout and power jack. The service number sticker is wrinkled because I removed it when I did an AV mod on my top loader years ago. I did a shitty job of mounting the jacks (drilled them too close and I wound up securing them with hot glue), and when I removed them recently, they left ugly holes in the back of my top loader; hence the sticker.
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    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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    Installed a NESRGB board and power led in my AV Fami:



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    Quote Originally Posted by broken View Post
    Installed a NESRGB board and power led in my AV Fami:



    No S-Video, wtf man its the best you can get!

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    I should have posted this here instead of making a thread about it.

    BEFORE:
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    AFTER:
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    Nice cap refurb job.

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    Another RGB modded Duo-R:

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    Quote Originally Posted by broken View Post
    Another RGB modded Duo-R:

    KO will be pumped to get that. Good work dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broken View Post
    Another RGB modded Duo-R:

    Where do you keep finding these? Everytime I find one someone scoops it before I get a chance!



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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny503 View Post
    Where do you keep finding these? Everytime I find one someone scoops it before I get a chance!
    I think you answered your own question there.

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    well if I see any of you fools scoop my stuff on YAJ, I will fly to japan and take your item to bangkok, meet up with mice vickey and let him have some "fun" with it before we package it next to fukushima and ship it out!



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    This is the install I did in my own AF Famicom last night. I was to lazy to do the switch so I used a jumper. The kit's audio circuit is connected and sounds excellent. Tim put a through hole where the expanded audio gets mixed in this version of the PCB's. Since he did that I was able to use a connector instead of soldering it to the kit. The kit in this can be completely removed without soldering and easily moved to another AV Famicom or top loader if I need to do testing.




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    The board below is a little battered from the troubleshooting I've been conducting in trying to eliminate the subcarrier/clock interference that's plaguing the color-burst signals. Ultimately, though, it's relatively clean.

    From a recent front-loader NESRGB install:

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    I found a convenient & concealed place to mount the slide switch:
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    Out of sight, and out of mind:
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    What gauge wire is everyone using for RGB mods?

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    Where are you guys getting the connectors with the wires attached to the NESRGB board? I've got the board waiting to be installed.

    Also, the location of that slide switch on that NES is awesome, I never would have thought of that.
    Whatcha gonna do?

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    Those are Dupont connectors. You can source them cheapz on ebay.
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    Just make sure to get the proper crimping tool!



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