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masseo1

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About masseo1

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    Combat Commando
  • Birthday 05/08/1970

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    Male
  • Location
    Connecticut
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    Intellivision,Playing Guitar, Listening to Music.
  1. masseo1

    Intellivision stuff

    Custom overlays, other stuff
  2. This is really stupid. Why would anyone pay this? if no one buys them, they will have to go down in price. I'm working on overlays, which will take me a while, but much like Psycho stormtrooper did, I'd sell them for cost of materials. Its going to take me a long time, because I'm trying to draw many of them in vector graphics, so I can print posters for myself. When I'm done selling them, I think I'll make the high resolution images available for free! so no one can rob people. I HATE EBAY FOR THIS.
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  5. Hey there, Thanks for the insight on everything. I have just gotten back into intellivision, and need to do a mod like this. I have to get the parts and do it. (Radio shack used to sell electronic parts, so I need to get them online) i found another hack... it seems simpler. I was wondering if anyone has tried it: http://solarfox.triluminary.net/hwh_intvav_p1.php Something funny... I actually hooked my intellivision up to a computer monitor in 1983. I first hooked up my intellivision to my monitor a TI-99/4 monitor by Zenith, ... by merely tapping off of the video at the RF modulator, it worked. (I had no clue at age 12, but trial and error prevailed) .. I guess I got lucky it seems the monitor had the same impedance. The picture was perfect. No noise whatsoever; I was spoiled for years. The internet came about, and I never thought to share this info. A few years ago, I got rid of my trusty monitor, as I hadn't had an intellivision in some time. I wish I had my monitor again!!!
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