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  1. Yep. And you could buy them brand new from the Intellivision folks recently. They may still have sone.
  2. OH MY ^%^%$^$%!!!! WHY??!?!?!!!!?!? WHY!?!?!?!?!!?!
  3. ^^^^ What he said. These are great. I've used them for quite some time. Be careful with the micro-USB connectors as they are fragile. You can also install these internally so they are invisible. This will also allow emulation of the Steel Battalion controllers with standard Xbox 360 wireless controllers
  4. RGB Color accuracy with original NTSC pallette
  5. I'd like to try to print one for my multicart. Would you be willing to share the file? Thanks in advance.
  6. http://www.intellivision.us/intvgames/chop/chop.php
  7. Uh... Wait a minute... Did I sell that to you? LOL
  8. FYI, I actually find the RF signal as good as the composite for the Intellivision. Perhaps I've just been lucky with mine, but they look pretty darn good via RF.
  9. That price is not bad considering the RGB mod itself is pretty expensive, if I remember correctly. Also, I don't think you can get them anymore.
  10. @-^CrossBow^- Yes, I'm also watching many threads about getting a modern INTV RGB mod developed. I want on that works with the OSSC and everything else.
  11. RGB modded is more complicated to install and the mod itself much more expensive to purchase so these are indeed more expensive. Also, the image is significantly better but the mod WILL NOT WORK with an OSSC and requires an RGB modded TV/Monitor or an expensive Framemeister xRGB-mini to function, at least for the common RGB mod that used to be for sale. Composite mod might add a few bucks to a stand-alone system. Especially since RF-ready TVs are somewhat less common today.
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