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  1. I just hope the "old" nes core is 100% accurate to the original nes. If it wasn't I am not sure we can expect the new core to be any more accurate regardless of what they tell us as we were told the old core was "absolute accuracy" to the original nes. Hasn't the Nt Mini been allowed for speedruns? If the accuracy of that core is in question I doubt it will be allowed for speedrunning in the future nor would the Noir.
  2. I also find it interesting they redid the NES core. I thought it was already an exact representation of the NES? Anyway, I wonder if the original Nt or Nt Mini will be updated with this new core? The fact they mention the DAC works with it makes me think this will end up in an HDMI only model at some point. Otherwise why even bother spending any time on a feature like that for a system that already outputs analog? Couldn't you just use a $1 RCA splitter to do the same thing? A lot of PVMs have outputs as well so you wouldn't even need a splitter for those. I can't see anyone caring about dual analog output. But I could see it being a huge feature in an HDMI only Nt Mini down the line.
  3. Do you mod or solder anything? If you do you can mod your Super Gameboy to fix the timing. It's not really too tough especially the one with the preassembled board. I've used both. The one with the board is easier as you don't have to lift any pins. http://www.qwertymodo.com/hardware-projects/snes/super-game-boy-clock-mod https://www.tindie.com/products/qwertymodo/super-gameboy-clock-mod/#product-description http://soundofsilver.co.uk/blog/#/posts/super-gameboy-speed-fix
  4. It is too bad he is so overextended currently. A lot of the complaints about lack of updates or products going on sale for the older, and even more recent Analogue products, are legit. The product support of that entire company rests on Kevtris. They'd be screwed if he couldn't or didn't want to work with them anymore. Even though it isn't an Analogue product it would be cool to have the hidefnes be able to work with the DAC but with how busy Kevtris is I highly doubt some of his older projects will ever get attention again.
  5. Anyone smarter than me know what was wrong with the original GameGear adapters and if they could be retrofitted with the proper components to make them safe?
  6. Yeah, I remember being able to see vertical lines much more than the big horizontal lines that the fake scanlines seem to emulate. Or maybe it was just because each pixel or whatever was really big with a lot of space around it. I am sure it was a super low number of lines or "resolution" (like how PVMs are really high at 600 or 800 lines). I am not sure how low CRTs go but mine were probably the minimum number of lines they could use. I used really cheap Sharp or RCA TVs though and have no idea what technology was used or anything, I do remember the blooming being really bad on one of them...at least I think it was blooming.
  7. I'm still going to guess a plastic NES or Nt in 2021.
  8. Mine was delivered today as well. I am at work but my wife says she got it.
  9. Analogue responded to someone on March 6th about the Game Gear adapters being on time and shipping soon.
  10. How did you diagnose and fix your problem?
  11. I can't see why they wouldn't do an NES similar to the Mega SG and Super NT at some point. It just makes sense to have those three always available (along with the pocket and DAC but they say the Pocket is limited as well). Or, maybe they have a deal worked out with the AVS people not to make one 🤔. Not sure why they would ever do anything like that though.
  12. I agree. I think it's going to be late 2020. I would say not even 2020 but it still says so on their site so I guess I will give them the benefit.
  13. I will use wireless for turn based RPG games but wired for everything else. I do have a dogbone for the nes but I never use it because it doesn't feel genuine to me. It feels like I am using a controller not meant for the system, lol.
  14. Apparently the technology means it can happen like on a plasma or a CRT where as it shouldn't be permanent on a normal LCD. However, looking around at various forums people don't seem to have issues with it. I am just so anal about stuff that I would constantly worry about it ALL the time knowing the potential of it happening is real especially since I keep my TVs for so long.
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