Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'tg16'.
Found 2 results
I recently tested out the srgb for the turbo graphics 16 versus the hyperkin HDMI adapter. I think my card has a tendency to not plug in straight by missing a few plugs. I generally like the srgb better because it's brighter and because on a CRT monitor has no ping. The hyperkin looked way darker and added an extra frame of ping. I couldn't tell if the colors are off or not. I understand it was a naked PCB so that it could fit any NEC / Hudson console. I only got in a turbo graphics when I found one in the 00s at a yard sale. I assume you could ship separately a shell to go around the PCB and it would fit if one knew what type they had. I assume there are only two types of connectors one for the early American turbo grafx 16s, and the other for later American era and all Japanese TG 16s, which was called the PC engine in Japan. If these srgb boards are print on demand then why can't there be separate shells that go with it. I would do it myself if I both had and knew how to use a 3D printer. But since neither reply to me I was wondering if a place has premade shells for these srgb's. PS I know mine is an American type because the hyperkin model worked (as much as it did work) without an adapter. Also could someone review my video to make sure that the colors weren't off. The Devil's Crush title screen had a more orange and red feel look like it had no blue and the text was in yellow print. Is that an indicator of me missing the blue pin? Video here : Ooh this video misembedded. Go to Twitch.tv/tripletopper and look up a video from 2 or 3 days ago about an hour long, a minute into it. And later compare for the Hyperkin adapter comparison. PS the editor wouldn't let me erase the embedding, and did a simple copy link and paste in text format and it embedded automatically. I wasn't trying to imbed.
Ten years ago, I had a decent understanding of emulators and what specs were required to run them. Times have changed and I haven't kept up with new technology very well. So, I'd like to ask for help from some of the current emulator users. I have some consoles I'd like to emulate and I have a few different computers availible, but I'm not sure if any of them can do everything I'm interested in. What I'll do is list the consoles I want to emulate, so you can get an idea of what I'm trying to accomplish. 2600 7800 NES SNES Genesis GBA TG16 PS1 PS2 I know that PS2 is the one that will require the most to run effectively, so if you have a suggestion on what emulator works the best for PS2 and if possible, a rundown of the minimum specs for it, that would be awesome. I have a desktop computer that I'm sure will run any of them, but I'd like to keep it more portable. So, I'm hoping one of my laptops will do the job. I also have a tablet, which I'd love to use, but it's very doubtful it has the muscle to do anything newer than the 16 bit consoles. I don't have the specs for everything availible right now, but If it will help, I can see what they are and post them tomorrow. Thanks in advance for any help. Edit: I just found the specs for what seems to be the most popular PS2 emulator and it's even beyond what my desktop computer could handle. Unless there is one out there that doesn't need as much as PCSx2, I'll just have to forget about emulating anything above PS1. I'd still like recommendations on what people think works the best for the other systems, on Windows and Android. Like I said, I haven't kept up with emulation in a long time, so I'm guessing a lot has changed. Also, I'm fairly new to Android, so I can use all the help I can get if I'm going to try and use my tablet for anything.