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  1. Kind of makes me want it more now. Definitely surprising, it really was a unique time.
  2. I do not, most of my list is compiled by having played the game before or seen it and thought it was appealing, so stuff like that can surprise me. Does that one tend to be expensive? Also, apologize for posting in the wrong section. If a mod can delete this I will make the same topic in the correct area. Been awhile and I deal on a lot of places so it can be jarring.
  3. Hey all, been awhile since I posted on the marketplace side since I've been on the move a lot! Anyways, i'm in the market to try and slim down my want list and decided to post some list here to see if anyone has stuff of interest. Condition does matter to me but, I'm not overly picky when it comes to Atari stuff. Significant fading, crushing , water damage and such will be a no go. Anyways hit me up if you have anything, I did post a list of Sega/Nintendo stuff elsewhere so if there is any demand for that i'll put it up too. Sell me stuff! Atari 2600 Alien Armor Ambush Atlantis Bank Heist Beamrider Berzerk Breakout Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom BurgerTime Centipede Chopper Command Communist Mutants from Space Congo Bongo Cross Force Enduro Escape From The Mindmaster Fathom Fireball Football Frankenstein's Monster Front Line Ghostbusters Gyruss Jawbreaker Joust Kaboom! Kangaroo Kung-Fu Master Midnight Magic Mines of Minos Mogul Maniac Montezuma's Revenge: Starring Panama Joe MotoRodeo Mr. Do! Mr. Do's Castle No Escape! Omega Race Outlaw Pengo Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Polaris Q*bert's Qubes Radar Lock Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes River Raid II Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Snoopy and the Red Baron Solar Fox Solar Storm Spitfire Attack (Has controller) Sprintmaster Spy Hunter Star Wars: The Arcade Game Stargate Steeplechase Suicide Mission (cassette) Tapper Target Fun Time Pilot Wizard of Wor Worm War I Xenophobe Zaxxon Atari 5200 Roller controller (that works.. does this exist at this point?) Ballblazer Beamrider BluePrint Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom Frogger (need a manual in particular) Frogger II: Threedeep! Gyruss H.E.R.O Kaboom! Keystone Keepers Megamania Meteorites Miner 2049ER Montezuma's Revenge Moon Patrol Mr. Do!'s Castle Pitfall! Pitfall II: Lost Cavern Q*Bert Rescue On Fractalus River Raid Robotron: 2084 Super Cobra Vangaurd Wizard of Wor Zaxxon Zone Ranger Atari 7800 Rampage Atari Lynx Electrocop Xenophobe Atari XE Airball Archon: The Light and the Dark Ballblazer Blue Max Bug Hunt Choplifter Crossbow Crystal Castles Dark Chambers David's Midnight Magic Desert Falcon Donkey Kong Food Fight Into the Eagle's Nest Lode Runner Mario Bros. Necromancer Star Raiders II Summer Games Thunderfox Intellivision Beamrider Burgertime Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf Diner The Dreadnaught Factor Frogger Locomotion Popeye Q*Bert River Rad Stampede Swords and Serpents Tower of Doom Venture Colecovision Antarctic Adventure Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress B.C.'s Quest for Tires Dragonfire Flipper Slipper Frenzy Frogger Galaxian Gorf H.E.R.O. Nova Blast Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Q*Bert's Qubes Root Beer Tapper Sewer Sam Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Strike Itt Up'n Down
  4. Hey all, been awhile since I went shopping around for atari stuff, and figured since I had really good luck here once that i'd maybe throw another shot out with a more leaned out and concise list. Here is a general list i'm hunting, keep in mind i'm looking for stuff in nice shape, doesn't need to be perfect but significant damage is a no go, I'm also looking only for US releases, thanks! Atari 2600 Alien Armor Ambush Atlantis Bank Heist Beamrider Berzerk Breakout Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom BurgerTime Centipede Chopper Command Communist Mutants from Space Congo Bongo Cross Force Enduro Escape From The Mindmaster Fathom Fireball Football Frankenstein's Monster Front Line Ghostbusters Gyruss H.E.R.O. Jawbreaker Joust Kaboom! Kangaroo Kung-Fu Master Midnight Magic Mines of Minos Mogul Maniac Montezuma's Revenge: Starring Panama Joe MotoRodeo Mr. Do! Mr. Do's Castle No Escape! Omega Race Outlaw Pengo Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Polaris Q*bert's Qubes Radar Lock Rampage Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes River Raid II Road Runner Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Snoopy and the Red Baron Solar Fox Solar Storm Sprintmaster Spitfire Attack (Has controller) Spy Hunter Stargate Star Wars: The Arcade Game Steeplechase Suicide Mission (cassette) Tapper Target Fun Time Pilot Wizard of Wor Worm War I Xenophobe Zaxxon Atari 5200 Ballblazer Beamrider Berzerk BluePrint Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom Frogger Frogger II: Threedeep! Gyruss H.E.R.O Kaboom! Keystone Keepers Megamania Meteorites Miner 2049ER Montezuma's Revenge Moon Patrol Mr. Do!'s Castle Pitfall! Pitfall II: Lost Cavern Q*Bert Rescue On Fractalus River Raid Robotron: 2084 Super Cobra Vangaurd Wizard of Wor Zaxxon Zone Ranger Atari 7800 Ikari Warriors Rampage Atari XE Airball Archon: The Light and the Dark Ballblazer Blue Max Bug Hunt Choplifter Crossbow Crystal Castles Dark Chambers David's Midnight Magic Desert Falcon Donkey Kong Food Fight Into the Eagle's Nest Lode Runner Mario Bros. Necromancer Star Raiders II Summer Games Thunderfox Atari Lynx Checkered Flag Electrocop Super Asteroids & Missile Command Xenophobe Intellivision Beamrider Body Slam Super Pro Wrestling BurgerTime Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf Diner The Dreadnaught Factor Frogger Pitfall Popeye Q*Bert River Raid Stampede Swords and Serpents Tower of Doom Venture Colecovision Antarctic Adventure Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress B.C.'s Quest for Tires Dragonfire Flipper Slipper Frenzy Frogger Galaxian Gorf H.E.R.O. Nova Blast Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Q*bert's Qubes Root Beer Tapper Sewer Sam Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Strike It Up'n Down
  5. Got excited and almost started submitting offers without reading the whole lot or nothing part, doh. Good luck on the sale though, looks nice! If you ever decide to part it up at all i'll be posting a topic in the wanted area
  6. Just updated my Lynx, Coleco and 3do list based on some pending or purchased items here, thanks everyone!
  7. Well, would you know how would one go about making sure they are properly calibrated? The instructions went beyond my head i'd say, heh.
  8. I figured i'd ask here, I actually finished installing the kits today, and from what I can see all looks good, and the buttons do feel great indeed. The only thing I was confused about by the instructions, it mentions using Missile Command to ensure the crosshair starts center, but that is never the case for me, but the controller seems to work fine otherwise. Does anyone have a more dumbed down version of what the concern is there? Like I said the games I tried seem to work good, I played missile command, Ms. Pac-Man, Mario and Dig Dug with no issues aside adjusting for the auto center thing.
  9. Not too much movement lately but I did manage to get a couple things heading my way, I'm kind of surprised no one has had any 5200 stuff on offer yet, starting to wonder if it's hard to get
  10. You really think that 95 percent of the people on the planet would want to 'give some grief' because someone else spends money on video games they might not know every detail about? Do you even listen to yourself? This is like saying I bought an Xbox 360 and didn't know about the RROD, and calling someone out for that. Or not knowing a game has a game breaking glitch in it, I mean, obviously you bought it, so you should know everything about it right? What about when you buy a car that has a defect that causes the brakes to fail? Must be a fool right? When you collect to the extent I do, it's difficult to know every little detail about something. I knew well that the 5200 controllers had problems (I recall my first exposure to it being the AVGN video many years back), however, I just assumed the controllers were problematic in general, but didn't know the extent of it. More importantly, it would seem I made no errors in my purchase, the controllers I have, have the same issues everyone elses did (or do), and the problems it does have, are problems that are just there by default. It really seems your only problem is that apparently the knowledge could be sought elsewhere, so why bother making any topic here unless the information is in fact known by no one but the users here? This is a community after all, one that typically seems really willing to help. I'm thankful to have an easy resource to ask a question but, also get a lot of additional information. You go on Wiki and yeah, you might find out the controllers never self centered, but you may not know about the multitude of options, fixes, mods, etc that the community IS savvy too, and that's something I find really great about this site. Almost anytime i've asked a question, the community answers the question, offers solutions, information and advice. In fact, by using this site i've already been given access to things like Flashback adapters for legitimate hardware, adapters to use the genesis pad fully on the 7800 (multiple buttons), various RGB/Svideo modifications, and the gold plated mods to be done on 5200 controllers. I'm not sure why you take a personal issue with my method, if the community at large wishes for newer users to not make new topics to seek that information, that's fine, but honestly you're the only person i've seen take any issue, and it seems to stem from some animosity on PCenginefx, rather than any transgression here.
  11. No I was talking to glazball there, not you I had an incident on another forum with a bunch of people deciding to basically assume whatever they pleased based on the fact I... Buy stuff, yeah. Apparently, if you spend a lot on a lot of things, it means you have no idea what you just bought, which makes perfect sense. Totally unrelated to this topic, and this community though. Everyone here has been really nice and helpful, no worries there. Edit: I will shoot you a message to inquire, definitely curious!
  12. I do yes, I was well aware of the controller button issue on the 5200, in fact I made a post on here probably something about a year ago in regards to it and asking for the best approach. My entire list of games to buy is based on spending hundreds of hours researching them meticulously, hence why I have such a specific list of things to find. I don't buy *everything*, I buy what looks good to me. I'm not sure why people like to make silly accusations, as if not knowing that a joystick on an ancient system doesn't auto center out of the box is common knowledge yeah. Next up, you're a fool for not knowing game gears have capacitor issues or that Nes top loaders have jail bars on the image by default, duh? Not trying to be snappy, but I tire of people deciding to call me out as if they know me at all, I likely know more about this stuff than most people considering I buy on over 40 platforms, but some things are lost in the process. There are people who are vastly more knowledgeable about certain things of course, and I reach out to them for help. Collecting is a mass amount of learning, and a lot of times we learn things the hard way. All I was trying to do, was ensure that this is a problem these sticks would have even if they were brand new out of the box, and not caused by a broken/damaged component that could be repaired, crazy right? I have somewhat of a fetish for 5200 for a lot of odd reasons, part of it is the difficulty of access though. I guess it will feel special to have one that fully works, and i'd like to get as close to that as possible
  13. Pretty good progress on the 2600 front, but still a lot to find. I edited the list with all i've gotten up to this point
  14. I really tried using the best website, but the person I talked to over email was like.. You have to send money orders, using terms i've never heard of, it made it seem so confusing to deal with from their end. Shame I might have missed the chance to make my sticks better, for real. Their website and such is just so hard to use that just the idea of trying was emotionally exhausting. Still, I guess I can try to use them as they are, kind of annoying but I bet you can adjust for it somewhat.
  15. So, I decided to buy some of those gold plated kits to make the buttons work on my 5200 controllers, but I notice both of the controllers don't fully auto center, mostly in regards to the up position. Is this just something you accept playing atari 5200 games or are mine broken on some level? I ask because I put a decent bit of money ordering that kit without realizing this was a problem those won't alter, the kit hasn't been shipped yet, so I dunno if I should ask to cancel it or something.. Or if this can be helped.
  16. Some of my list have fallen out of date but i have tried to update the 2600 to be mostly accurate, need some more bites guys!
  17. Updated some stuff, I do have a few 2600 games and possibly some coleco stuff pending, but otherwise lots to work with still.
  18. Hey all, this is my first real WTB topic on Atari age though I have made a few purchases here to great success, so I felt i'd try this now! I look forward to working with you! Below is a copy and paste of my post from other forums, so keep that in mind Condition is important, sun fading, tears, writing, or other damage on the case/box/disc/cart/manual/etc are all important to know about. Black label only (unless the game only exist as another variant, see Virtua Fighter 4 Evo or Fable Lost Chapters) US versions only (this means it has to be a native US release without other languages unless that was the release type in the US, this is solely for conformity purposes to a theme) Must be complete unless noted (there are a few games I only need a cart or something, but it's best to assume that is not the case) Stragglers Asphalt Urban GT2 (N-gage) Wheel of Fortune 2 (Game.com) Jack Bros. (Virtual Boy) Water World (Virtual Boy) Game Gear Alien 3 Battletoads Captain America and the Avengers Chase HQ Crystal Warriors Deep Duck Trouble Defenders of Oasis Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf Devilish Double Dragon (cart) Earthworm Jim Halley Wars Jungle Strike Marble Madness Micro Machines Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie Nba Jam Tournament Edition Pinball Dreams Road Rash Ristar Robocop 3 Robocop Vs Terminator Shinobi Spider-Man and the X-Men: Arcade's Revenge Streets of Rage Strider: Journey From Darkness Tails Adventure Urban Strike X-Men (cart only) Turbografx/CD Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure (Need a box, but will take whole thing if needed) Chew Man Fu Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes Dungeon Explorer II The Dynastic Hero Exile: Wicked Phenomenon (Slip needed) Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu Raiden Shockman Syd Mead's Terra Forming Valis II Valis III Philips Cdi 2x Gamepads 2x Light guns The Apprentice Atlantis Brain Dead 13 Dragon's Lair Dragon's Lair 2 Golden oldies 1 and 2 Escape from Cybercity Kingdom: The Far Reaches Lucky Luke Space Ranger Tetsuo Gaiden Thunder in Paradise Zenith 3do BattleSport Brain Dead 13 Cannon Fodder Captain Quazar Corpse Killer Crash 'N Burn Crime Patrol Crime Patrol 2 Drug Wars DinoPark Tycoon (exist?) Doom Kingdom: The Far Reaches Lemmings Lost Eden Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold Mad Dog McCree Out of This World The Perfect General Real Pinball Samurai Shodown Scramble Cobra Slayer Soccer Kid Space Ace Star Control II Star Fighter Star Wars: Rebel Assault Strahl Super Street Fighter II Turbo Virtuoso Who Shot Johnny Rock? Nes 1942 1943: The Battle of Midway Adventure Island II Adventure Island 3 Adventures of Lolo 2 Adventures of Lolo 3 Alpha Mission Balloon Fight Bomberman Bomberman II A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia Bubble Bobble Bubble Bobble Part 2 Bucky O'Hare The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle Cabal Captain America and the Avengers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 Clu Clu Land Contra Force Darkwing Duck Donkey Kong Donkey Kong 3 Donkey Kong Jr. Dragon Warrior II Dragon Warrior III Dragon Warrior IV Duck Tales Duck Tales 2 Excitebike Flipull: An Exciting Cube Game Freedom Force Gargoyle’s Quest II Gradius Gremlins 2 - The New Batch Guerrilla War Gun.Smoke Ice Climber Kid Icarus Kung Fu The Legend of Kage The Little Mermaid Little Samson Little Nemo: Dream Master Metal Storm Mighty Final Fight Monster in My Pocket Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom Pinball Popeye Power Blade Power Blade 2 Rad Racer RC Pro Am II S.C.A.T. Shadow of the Ninja Super Spy Hunter Stinger Strider Talespin Track & Field Wario's Woods Willow Wizards & Warriors Wizards & Warriors III: Kuros: Visions of Power Wrecking Crew Xexyz Yoshi Zen: Intergalactic Ninja Snes Act Raiser 2 Arkanoid: Doh It Again Biker Mice from Mars BioMetal Blazeon Brawl Brothers Bust-A-Move Captain Commando The Combatribes Contra 3 (manual) Cybernator (just need a manual) Darius Twin Super Double Dragon Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls Final Fight 2 Final Fight 3 Firepower 2000 Ghoul Patrol Goof Troop The Great Circus Mystery starring Mickey & Minnie Hagane: The Final Conflict Ignition Factor Imperium Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures Joe & Mac Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics Killer Instinct Knights of the Round Legend of the Mystical Ninja Mario Paint Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems Metal Combat Metal Warriors Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat 3 Ninja Warriors On the Ball Operation: Logic Bomb Pac-Attack The Peace Keepers Phalanx Phantom 2040 Pilotwings Plok Pocky and Rocky Pocky and Rocky 2 Rival Turf RoboTrek (decent looking jrpg) Run Saber Saturday Night Slam Masters Shadowrun Skyblazer Sonic Blast Man Sonic Blast Man 2 Space Megaforce Strike Gunner STG Super Adventure Island 2 Super Bonk Super Buster Bros. Super Nova Super R-Type R-Type III Super Turrican Super Turrican 2 Super Valis IV Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters Thunder Spirits Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose! Uniracers UN Squadron Wild Guns X-Kaliber 2097 X-Zone Yoshi's Safari N64 Ayden Chronicles Battlezone: Rise of the Black Dogs Milo's Astro Lanes Rat Attack! Space Invaders Game Boy The Adventures of Star Saver Adventure Island II: Aliens in Paradise Amazing Penguin Amazing Tater Atomic Punk Avenging Spirit Battle Bull Battle Unit Zeoth Battletoads & Double Dragon: The Ultimate Team Battletoads in Ragnarok's World Blaster Master Boy Bonk's Revenge Bubble Bobble Part 2 Bubble Ghost The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2 Burai Fighter Deluxe Buster Bros. Bust a Move 2 Arcade Edition Catrap (missing cart and insert) Contra: The Alien Wars Cosmo Tank Darkwing Duck Dig Dug Duck Tales Duck Tales 2 Felix the Cat Final Fantasy Adventure The Final Fantasy Legend Final Fantasy Legend II Final Fantasy Legend III Fortified Zone Frogger Gargoyle’s Quest Go Go Tank Gradius: The Interstellar Assault Harvest Moon GB Looney tunes Mickey Mouse Magic Wands! Mole Mania Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon Oddworld Adventures Popeye 2 The Rescue of the Princess Blobette Rolan's Curse Rolan's Curse 2 R-Type The Smurfs Snow Bros. Solar Striker Spanky's Quest Spud's Adventure Tail Spin Taz Mania Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue Tennis Tetris Tetris Blast Tetris Plus Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Montana's Movie Madness Trax Zool Game Boy Color Other Life: Azure Dreams Blade Bomberman Max Blue Champion Bomberman Quest The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 4 Cannon Fodder Croc 2 Daffy Duck: Fowl Play Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage Dragon Dance Dragon's Lair Duke Nukem The Grinch Legend of the River King Legend of the River King 2 The Little Mermaid II:The Pinball Frenzy Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy Looney Tunes: Marvin Strikes Back! Ms. Pac Man? Metal Walker Mickey's Speedway USA Micro Machines 1&2 Twin Turbo Micro Machines V3 Mr. Driller The Mummy Power Quest Rayman 2 Return of the Ninja Robopon: Sun Version Tarzan Tomb Raider Tomb Raider: Curse of the Sword Turok 3 Worms: Armageddon Game Boy Advance Contra Advance Donald Duck Advance Earthworm Jim 2 Finding Nemo Finding Nemo Continuing adventures Gekido Advance: Kintaro's Revenge Hamtaro: Rainbow Rescue Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Games Hi! Hamtaro: Little Hamsters Big Adventures: Ham-Ham Challenge James Bond: Everything or Nothing James Bond: Nightfire Kim Possible: Revenge of the Monkey Fist Kim Possible 2: Drakken's Demise Kim Possible 3: Team Possible Konami Krazy Racers The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning Marvel's The Invincible Iron Man Monster Force Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee Robopon 2: Ring Version Robopon 2: Cross Version R-type III Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Super Army War Spider-Man: The Movie Splinter Cell Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts Tomb Raider: The Prophecy Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 Tony Hawk's Underground Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam Turok Evolution Worms World party Intellivision Beamrider Body Slam Super Pro Wrestling BurgerTime Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf Diner The Dreadnaught Factor Frogger Locomotion (replace one I have) Pitfall Popeye Q*Bert River Raid Stampede Super Cobra Swords and Serpents Tower of Doom Venture Worm Whomper (need manual only) Colecovision Antarctic Adventure Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress B.C.'s Quest for Tires Dragonfire Flipper Slipper Frenzy Frogger Galaxian Gorf H.E.R.O. Nova Blast Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Q*bert's Qubes Root Beer Tapper Sewer Sam Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Spectron Strike It Up'n Down Atari 2600 Need controllers, roller ball one, etc. Alien Armor Ambush Atlantis Bank Heist Beamrider Berzerk Breakout Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom BurgerTime Centipede Chopper Command Congo Bongo Cross Force Enduro Fathom Fireball Football Frankenstein's Monster Front Line Ghostbusters Gyruss H.E.R.O. Jawbreaker Joust Kaboom! Kangaroo Kung-Fu Master Midnight Magic Mines of Minos Mogul Maniac Montezuma's Revenge: Starring Panama Joe MotoRodeo Mr. Do! Mr. Do's Castle No Escape! Omega Race Outlaw Pengo Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Polaris Q*bert's Qubes Radar Lock Rampage Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes River Raid II Road Runner Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle Snoopy and the Red Baron Solar Fox Solar Storm Sprintmaster Spitfire Attack (Has controller) Spy Hunter Stargate Star Wars: The Arcade Game Steeplechase Submarine Commander Tapper Target Fun Time Pilot Wizard of Wor Worm War I Xenophobe Zaxxon Supercharger Games Communist Mutants from Space Dragonstomper Escape From The Mindmaster Fireball Killer Satellites Party Mix Rabbit Transit Suicide Mission Atari 5200 Ballblazer Beamrider Berzerk BluePrint Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom Frogger Frogger II: Threedeep! Gyruss H.E.R.O Kaboom! Keystone Keepers Megamania Meteorites Miner 2049ER Montezuma's Revenge Moon Patrol Mr. Do!'s Castle (if cheap) Pitfall! Pitfall II: Lost Cavern Q*Bert Rescue On Fractalus River Raid Robotron: 2084 Super Cobra Vangaurd Wizard of Wor Zaxxon Zone Ranger Atari 7800 Double Dragon Ikari Warriors Impossible Mission Midnight Mutants Ninja Golf Planet Smashers Rampage Robotron: 2084 Atari XE Airball Archon: The Light and the Dark Ballblazer Blue Max Bug Hunt Choplifter Crossbow Crystal Castles Dark Chambers David's Midnight Magic Desert Falcon Donkey Kong Food Fight Into the Eagle's Nest Lode Runner Mario Bros. Necromancer Star Raiders II Summer Games Thunderfox Atari Lynx Batman Returns Double Dragon Checkered Flag Electrocop Robotron: 2084 Super Asteroids & Missile Command Xenophobe
  19. I did try opening the 7800 but can't seem to note any loose wires, the mod work on it seems quite good to my limited knowledge. For some reason (perhaps I mixed up a wire) the 7800 sound is normal but is still indeed only in B&W now, and for the Atari Junior, some sounds just won't work
  20. I did, and am awaiting some responses. I just know tons of people here have modded systems and wanted to make sure I didn't overlook something stupid in the system itself. It's happened a couple times, one time I thought my game boy pocket was broken not remembering there was a contrast wheel
  21. Hey guys, I recently got a bunch of systems modded, most things seem to be turning out well but i'm wondering if i'm having issues on the user end here. The systems in particular i'm having issues with are the 2600 and 7800. For both, they were stereo modded but for some reason a lot of the sound is missing or, incredibly quiet coming out of one channel. So things you'd normally here (like parts of frogger 2600s intro music or, the entire music of Phoenix) are not present. Also for the video, the 2600 video is a bit splotchy with colors in areas you'd not expect, where as running them through the 7800 does not have this issue. Lastly, the 7800 mod I had done has a toggle switch I think for image stability, but for 2600 games it turns them black and white. I had it set to color and it was working, but then it suddenly stopped working and now everything is black and white.. I'm wondering if i'm just doing something wrong on a user level? I was really excited to get down on some Phoenix today and it wasn't to be. I got in touch with the modder I worked with for advice but figured i'd ask here too just in case the users have experience/tips. Thanks!
  22. I got these from a gentlemen on craigslist today. I had to drive 4 hours round trip but it's pretty neat. Amazing shape too. I still need about 100 more but, one great start!
  23. Hey guys, I had my system modded and sent back to me and it seems to be having some issues. I contacted the gentlemen who modded it and he believes it might be the power supply, but I figured before going through the expense and effort in shipping it all back for diagnosis (my power supply was not originally in the shipment) I figured I could ask here in case there was something I am missing. Basically, the main bootup screen is blue instead of pitch black, as well, when playing Donkey Kong when I let it go to the selection screen the video either cuts out entirely (using a framemeister) or it stays in but flickers and jerks around a lot. Since I don't know a lot about this stuff I figured I might be missing something stupid, would a new power supply or something else be able to fix the issue or is there something else i'm missing that's obvious? I'll keep in touch with the modder but I know he's really busy so I figured some extra help might get me rolling in a good direction. Thanks guys!
  24. I'd like to thank you all for helping to direct me in the right areas, if all goes well I have all my Atari systems and a Colecovision in the process of being modified. With that said, I do not own an Intellivision yet and would still really love to find a nice condition one with either S-video or RGB mods, so if you can help me out please let me know. I'm open to anything as long as we can get it to work, but if I get that and my modding projects all finish alright then i'll be done with my console setup!
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