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johnnyg5646

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About johnnyg5646

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    Connecticut
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    NES, SNES, Sega CD, Genesis, 32X, Saturn, Dreamcast, Atari 2600, 3DO and CD-I.
  1. This is great info. Thanks guys!
  2. You are right. I'll never have more than one console on at once. I'm just looking to avoid having to unplug one thing in order to plug in another thing. I know daisy chaining power strips is technically a fire hazard. I was hoping for some kind of a power conditioner that had space to plug in a ton of those large AC adapters or some other similar method.
  3. I was curious if anyone has any suggestions about what to use for power distribution for retro game setups at home. I have the consoles listed below and have plans to add additional ones. But I can't plug in all of the power supplies at once, especially when you account for the receiver, scalers, tv, etc. Does anyone have a solution they use for this type of thing? 3DO Jaguar Atari 2600 Dreamcast Saturn Genesis / Sega CD / 32x NES SNES Laserdisc Player
  4. I'd definitely get it also! Out of curiosity, has anyone ever tried Action Max on an HDTV? I've never been able to get a straight forward answer about whether or not it works.
  5. Its weird that composite worked for you but not for me. I may take it apart this weekend to look at the caps to see. I was hoping someone here might know what was wrong with it. I'd hate to have to give up on it.
  6. I recently purchased a Jaguar off ebay. When I received it the video works fine through RF. When I try to use a composite or s-video cable for video the video signal goes in and out while the audio remains fine. I'm wondering if it could be a cap problem. Has anyone seen this issue before? Any idea what could be causing it?
  7. I've been looking for a game I remember from 3rd grade for years and I can't seem to find it. Our classroom had Apple IIGS computers I believe. If someone could help me find the name of this game I will be thrilled! The game started with a character asleep in bed. The character is awaked by a phone call from a friend who needs help. The player is asked to go help or not. If you go help you end up in this house looking for your friend. There are a series of questions once you get in the house. You can choose where to go and there are additional yes/no questions. That's about all I remember. I was obsessed with it as a kid and I'd like to see it again. Any help is appreciated!!
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