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wayne253

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  1. dead plug, tried plugging it into an NES, no power. Possible problem solved. Now to buy another plug and see if it's the problem.
  2. So I dug out my TurboDuo yesterday and hooked it up to my old CRT TV in hopes to play Bonk and my new acquisition of Bloody Wolf; turned the power on.....nothing, checked the power supply and made sure it was in the wall....nothing. Even took the HuCard out and tried to power on the system, hit start, and see if the busy light was lit (thinking it may be an AV connection issue)....nothing. So looks like I need my Duo repaired; whether it be the fuse, or the internal voltage regulators crapped out and need replaced. Could use a hand here on where I can send off my system. Better yet is there anyone near the Pacific Northwest area that have the know-how to get my Duo back up and running? Any help/advice would be awesome. Thanks
  3. One that comes to mind is the C64 versions of Dragon's Lair and it's sequel Escape from Singe's Castle. The games were a little simplistic, but still fun. The music was really cool too, would love to hear Atari versions of those. We had BC Quest For Tires, but what about its sequel Grog's Revenge. That was pretty fun.
  4. I'm sure Wizardry would look awesome tweaked up for the Atari platform. Another game that comes to mind....Akalabeth. It's been on Apple II and DOS, but Atari got no love.
  5. My vote is with Wizardry as well. Also how about the original Might and Magic series Times of Lore definitely Wasteland.
  6. Oh okay, systems I own NES SNES Master System Genesis model 1 (Sega CD included) Saturn Turbo Duo Dreamcast PS1 PS2 Intellivision looking to reacquire an Atari XL Commodore 64 and an Amiga (whether it be 500 or 1200) maybe a Colecovision since the new expansion and homebrews look really good.
  7. Quick Update. I wonder if this will work http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/161104664251?lpid=82
  8. I'm not the best at soldering. I wonder if I can get a composite to RGB (or a breakout box to hook this up) or gut the PAL circuit and find a suitable NTSC that'll fit...which also means gutting out the power supply since it's 240v....what a pain. Starting to feel like I bit off more than I could chew.
  9. Okay. Sounds like I could use one of the din connections to get a good rgb display. Which means I need a means to connect those to my systemms by some means. I'm open to some quick ideas
  10. Hey Atari amigos Just snagged an old Commodore 1084s from the UK for a good deal. Looking to use it for some classic gaming; hooking my anything from my NES to my Dreamcast for a small gaming corner in my house. Would this monitor convert to NTSC easily or do I need to get something like SCART adapters. Anyone with experience using this particular monitor? This is the one I bought. http://www.ebay.com/itm/311167405499?_trksid=p2060778.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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