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  1. Now is that the solder-mask for all of the fingers or half of them? The picture in the github shows half - but the video looks like all of them. Asking before I inevitably wreck this PCB by being overzealous with the scraping.
  2. I was thinking that too but we can't really be sure without someone having tested it. I'm surprised one of the talking heads on Youtube hasn't tested that yet.
  3. Hey guys, Has anyone tested whether or not you can use an hdmi-splitter to have both the Super NT and Mega SG connected to the DAC at the same time?
  4. I'm really hoping that 128MBs has some impact on other cores as well... That would be amazing if it could add more power to the 486 core!
  5. NT-Mini questions: Has anyone gotten XBOARD games to work with the 7800 core? I can get Donkey Kong PK to run - but without Pokey Sound. Other Pokey games work just fine, but it seems XBOARD/XM stuff is another animal. Has anyone had any luck getting Melody games to run with the 2600? Homebrew for Atari systems is so damn exciting these days. It'd be great to somehow get those things to work. I wish I had a PCB factory to make some cart adapters with!
  6. I would love to get on whatever list is next (even if that isn't for a while) for the next run. Also, if you are selling the ROM file itself TEP I would definitely buy one - I'd be interested to see if it works on the NT MINI Jailbreak.
  7. Ditto on wanting to buy that Pokey version. I have a few Pokeys but may try that Pokey ONE thing as well.
  8. Finally bit the bullet and bought one... I can't resist having a FPGA 486.... Only problem is I really slept on getting the expansion boards! So many exciting developments with this thing!
  9. Newsdee do you mind if I PM you about how to get started with this MISTer thing? I have some questions on setup and what I would need but don't want to clog this thread. One random question that everyone might want to know: So there are these MIDI sound-modules that were popular around the DOS era. They work in Dosbox via a MIDI USB connection. In Dos you needed some kind of UART Card to get them working. I'm wondering if there would be a way to get the MISTer to read the MT-32/SC-55 and function as the old hardware did. Don't know if anyone has done this yet but it does interest me.
  10. Thanks Newsdee, That looks awesome. Sorry to keep hammering out questions but I have a couple! Can this potentially run like a Roland MT-32 or SC-55 in any way shape or form (I have the original units). How do you install games? Does it function like a real 486 once you enter the core? Do you know if GOG.com games would work on this puppy? It is looking like I need to figure out where and how to buy the components to this thing... but I have no idea where to start. Thanks!
  11. Hahaha you won't regret it.... What a great ride this is!
  12. Definitely not close to fair but to the vast majority of average people that is how it would be. Back before the days of easily accessible information unless you had a vested interest in AV you probably wouldn't have known about the jumps to component and RGB. Even after our first component TV sometime in the 2000's, it still wasn't common knowledge which input was best until a lot of trial and error.
  13. Keatah can you share your source for this? That is incredibly interesting. I'd love to see CRT's in some kind of manufacturing again.... Especially given that my poor PVM is on the outs (brightness issues... hoping it isn't the flyback but it probably is). 2200 is about the price of a new high-end record player (Technics). I'd also be willing to bet there would be a lot of arcade operators willing to put down some money into new CRT's. Personally I would pay that much for something that "could" last me decades... Given that my ASUS PG279Q cost me a little under half of that and is already showing signs of death at 2 years old. Imagine an Analogue interactive FPGA TV?
  14. Whoops! Sorry about that! Wow that looks really cool too! I never knew about that particular arcade system!
  15. By PGN I think you mean Neo-Geo Pocket and I couldn't agree more. What an underrated little system that was!
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