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  1. http://www.best-electronics-ca.com/xe_game.htm#soft6 That's perfect! thanks!
  2. man, that was terrible... I sound like a whiney little brat! sorry y-bot.
  3. geez, my old posts were TERRIBLE! I never even told you guys what they did; after using them on my GC constantly, I guess it sensed that they were 3rd party unlicensed products, and it wouldn't get past the startup screen. plug in a normal GC controller, and viola! it worked fine quite the conundrum really, but with the exorcism of mad catz, my GC still serves me faithfully!
  4. Since I have been such a piss-ant in my past topics, I will create a new topic instead of bumping the old one to avoid any further embarrassment, also, the question could have been asked a lot better, so here goes; I would like any assortment of atari-made peripherals for an atari 400. they have to be reasonably complete, and working, and I don't have much to spend.
  5. Oh dear, it has been so long since I've posted these I can now look back on them and see them in a new light. I now wonder what the heck I was thinking when I posted these, and I would like to apologize for being such a quick-tempered jerk. I also am still in need of a PSU.
  6. It's been awhile, but I got it! I also got KC munchkin with it, and they threw in a switchbox. so now I have a fully operational O2!
  7. I am using this schematic of the PONG arcade system, http://www.atarihq.com/danb/files/PongSchematic.pdf , but have some questions. do the resistors like the one on the HSYNC board hooking up to +5V have any specific value? there isn't one on any schematic I can find.
  8. STILL here and STILL in need of a 400 adapter. Just checked, it is STILL in my closet, and it is an 11.5 volt version, and it works.
  9. Is this it? Then it is for the Colecovision. https://www.atari2600.com/item--Keypad-Gemstik--PROD7280.html yes, except minus the keypad part.
  10. back posing after awhile, found a coleco Gemstik at my local gamers for about two dollars. I'd like some info about this, was it a good price? what console is it for? etc. etc.
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    NTSC vs PAL?

    what needs to be done to an Atari 2600 (all versions) to convert it from NTSC to PAL? and what needs to be done to the games? thanks in advance! Ace
  12. thats great work, the shadowing is fantastic. I thought that was a bruise!
  13. my local gamers has a copy of earthbound SNES, and says it's rare and is charging $54.99 for it. no guide! is it worth that much? P.S. I also got the mario paint cart with mouse pad and mouse for $12. worth it?
  14. I found some wierd games at the local goodwill in CO, and was determined to find out what the heck they played on. I found out that it was the atari 2600, and was determined to find one! I kept on ebaying and ebaying and ebaying. I won nothing, then after, like, 2 years we moved here to omaha, and I discovered Gamers. I asked them to reserve one for me, and in the mean time, I did research. when they called me to pick it up I determined that it was an atari 2600 vader! and that is how I got my atari 2600, it took 3 years, but it was well worth it
  15. marble madness, 2 disc, 5.25", complete in folder w/ manuals .50$ kenner sports football complete (even battery cover(handheld from 80's)) .99$
  16. I really hate configurations like that, the screws to take it apart are under plastic feet that I always completely ruin, that and labels, screws under those are worse
  17. Dude, seriously, why are you bumping your own thread? It's bad enough that the thread title is completely useless. If you have something new to add, that's one thing, but come on! bump!!! hehehe....
  18. Yeah, I know. But I don't have the tools to prettify something for you right now. And I'm not about to attempt ascii. The above was a verbal schematic. The only thing missing is "connect pin 14 of the 74hc14 to VCC and connect pin 7 to ground." I think. If you have schematic tools available, try drawing up my suggestions and posting them. That's a great way of catching design errors, btw. heres a good tool (I use it all the time!) http://www.expresspcb.com/ExpressPCBHtm/Fr...ic_software.htm Thanks. I actually have schematic capture software. I just didn't have any on the machine I was borrowing. you're welcome!
  19. Yeah, I know. But I don't have the tools to prettify something for you right now. And I'm not about to attempt ascii. The above was a verbal schematic. The only thing missing is "connect pin 14 of the 74hc14 to VCC and connect pin 7 to ground." I think. If you have schematic tools available, try drawing up my suggestions and posting them. That's a great way of catching design errors, btw. heres a good tool (I use it all the time!) http://www.expresspcb.com/ExpressPCBHtm/Fr...ic_software.htm
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