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  1. Correct, the SD2SNES does replicate many expansion chips however those would already be expected exist on the cart bus connector. I was thinking of different scenario. For ease of example I will use the Genesis and CD addon. Pretending for a moment the Analogue NT could replicate the Genesis hardware it would be doubtful that it could also do the Sega CD addon hardware. My thought was a cart connector addon that would add another FPGA to handle addition chips like those found in the Sega CD. This way hardware capabilities could be added to the Analogue NT Mini. Again, I do not know the inner workings of FPGAs. It is possible that splitting hardware emulation accross multiple FPGAs would be very difficult, likely more so when working across the NES or Famicom cart connector. (Unless of bandwidth possibilities there) I don't expect any of this is really cost effective, but it was more just entertaining to think about from a technical perspective.
  2. Additionally, is it possible to make a pair of FPGAs work together? Wasn't sure if something like a NES cartridge slot addon with another FPGA could provide additional horsepower for things like Genesis/SNES etc. Obviously that would only really work for ROMs unless you could some how put another cart slot onto the addon, but mostly curious if technically its even possible.
  3. Agreed! I would love to have Atari 5200 support, minus the couple analog controller games, and use the Jaguar controller for 5200, Intellivision, and Colecovision.
  4. Kevtris: Do you plan to have Genesis/Sega CD, SNES, TG16/CD support in the future with your FPGA console? I assume the Analogue NT Mini hardware wouldn't handle those and likely tops off with the NES/SMS? Thanks
  5. Sorry to resurrect this, but does anyone offer installation services for this on a 5200?
  6. Thank you for the response and sorry if I wasn't specifically clear. I was just curious if your "Emulate CD" option would still function if a CD unit was attached or if they would conflict. Thanks again for your work.
  7. This is all fantastic stuff SainT! I had always hoped that a Jaguar Flash cart would happen, but the idea of playing CD based games is just mind blowing. Thank you for all your work on this! ---Edit: Given the possibility of CD games playing from the cart, do you anticipate any conflicts with actually having a CD unit installed and the flash cart plugged into the CD unit? Additionally are you planning support for the CD Memory Track cart to allow CD game saves?
  8. Title says it all. Interested in an Atari 2600 with Tim's RGB/Component mod and an Intellivision II with the RGB mod. Euro SCART cable is prefered with both. Thanks!
  9. Hey guys, finally picked up an Intellivision just last night! I've been looking for a while, but curious now if composite is really the only AV mod option. I searched a bit, but couldn't find anything substantial. Thanks!
  10. Hey guys, finally joined the Intellivision club! Picked up a first generation model with Tron Deadly Discs and Demon Attack for $15.
  11. I didn't do that, but I'm assuming if shorting the pins on the console isn't working then the controller wouldn't matter at this point...
  12. I'm nearly finished wiring up my gaming consoles (nearly 23 to the same source) but I used a combination of my receiver and some AV switch boxes. For component switch boxes I used these. http://www.amazon.com/C2G-40324-Component-Performance-Selector/dp/B000AM3U2I/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1406039928&sr=8-7&keywords=component+switch+box Little pricey, but they have TOSLINK and have not given me any problems.
  13. Thanks. I'm waiting for a response from Best Electronics as there are a few other items I want as well. My 5200 is the only one I've seen locally, so finding one for cheap parts is extremely unlikely at this point.
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