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timmy2tone

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About timmy2tone

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  1. WOW!!! The ROM Vault is awesome. Cannot wait to play these on my new Phoenix.
  2. I have Subscribed as an early adopter. This is going to be exciting
  3. So to make sure I understand correctly, I have a CV that has that has both a composite and HDMI output. I thought that when you got those, it rendered the standard RF output useless. So I'd not be able to play all of the OMNI/SGM2 games on my console? or as it appears above the OMNI module itself will have a composite video output? thus I could just use one of the composite inputs on my TV for it just like I do for my colecovision Expansion Module 1 now?
  4. I think this question was answered, but the original colecovision Expansion module 1 will work with the Phoenix, correct?
  5. Thank you so much for a great 2018. I truly enjoy the work that you do. Thanks again for the ROMS!!!!
  6. I'd like to thank everyone who has helped keep the colecovision alive and well. 1 Ed, Grazi, all at Opcode. The SGM is great, 2. All at Collectorvision 3. Teampixelboy. 4. The awesome Colecovisions Podcast. 5.. Brian @ Colecovision upgrade and sales.... Thank you so much for the video and showing me how to do my 1st repair. Your work on my system (The F18a upgrade, Pause switch and controller repair was awesome) 6. Arcade vision. Risky Rick is amazing. 7. Good Deal Games. I play my CV more now than ever and I am looking forward to both Opcode and Collectorvision's new systems. Thanks to everyone for making the CV the greatest Console of all time.
  7. Wow, thanks for all of the great stuff. Looking forward to 2018.
  8. Wow, thanks so much for the roms and keeping the CV alive
  9. Good evening. I own a colecovision and I am having gabled video issues. I reached out to another repair facility and they advised me that it is either 1. the power switch or 2 The condition is called ‘Scrambled Video’ and is common. It usually is caused by one of 7 ram microchips that becomes sensitive to the voltage, usually low voltage, and stops holding the video properly. In the past we used software to help locate the bad chip(s) and replace them to do the repair. But the repair sometimes led to many of the chips being bad, or the master R80 chip being bad, and possibly not being repairable as the troubleshooting continued. And, to make matters worse, some circuits used an uncommon RAM chip that is no longer available, so the repair could not be made. All this became very expensive, and uncertain, so we stopped doing the repair. I was wondering if this is something you could fix. If so, I'd be interested in getting that done as well as the RGB mod. I have a supergames module on order and I want this machine to be in tip top shape. Lastly, would you be able to break down the cost of everything. Thanks, Tim .
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