Famous & Dangerous.,
- Jul 27, 2003
What really are the pros and cons of a modded AES, and is it really that big of a difference over a non-modded one.
Now days, you don't even need to mod your AES anymore if you have a revision that has great RGB output and no sound issues. If you need a Unibios, you can get the inline converter, if you want to play MVS on your AES that also has a built in unibios, if you want component, s-video, HDMI, VGA, you can get all those with a SCART to X converter. Only mod that still needs to be done is the power LED mod.
You're a terrible salesman, James.
He's just being top honest.
That also sells.
I'm always a friend before a salesman, maybe that's why people don't buy my stuff...lol I just don't like taking advantage of people's situation. If they come to me and specifically want the mod done then I have no problem offering the service for a more than fair price. Plus I'm all out of Neobitz boards so even if he wanted the mods, I couldn't perform certain mods with the standards I put out so I wouldn't even do it. I don't like to settle on a lower quality if the first choice isn't available.