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  1. $90 (U.S. shipped) - classic NINTENDO GAME AND WATCH - DONKEY KONG - FRENCH version I acquired this FRENCH version of this classic NINTENDO GAME AND WATCH unit when I was in Switzerland as a kid. It's DONKEY KONG as you know it, but some of the button labels are in French (Start button, Controls, etc.)! Overall, it is in "Good" condition - - no stains, issues with battery acid, or anything like that. I was a good collector of electronics, even as a kid! There are a few minor scratches on the metal, but hinges and latches are in perfect condition, and the screen is UNBLEMISHED and has no scratches! The LCD is in nice condition, with all of the characters visible. I just popped some fresh batteries in, and it works as well as it ever did! I will include the fresh batteries to the buyer, as well as the other battery that was in the three pack - - $13.00 of value there! Wonder why small batteries are always SO expensive . . . ? The excellent NintendoAge user and hand-held gaming unit collector "retrogamesuk" has provided me with some GREAT information on this particular hand-held DONKEY KONG piece, as well as a recommended price. Here's what he said - - "The Game & Watch you have would have been distributed by Jeux et Images du 21e siècle, which roughly translate as "Games and Pictures from the 21st century." On the boxes they have Ji 21 on them, they were a French company that imported them from Japan then were distributed under their own brand, though still retaining the Nintendo logos, trademarks and copyright info." Below, I'm showing the LCD in "test mode" that happens when you first insert the batteries, and all the LCD parts light up - - The unit returns to normal play mode once you press a button, and would only show again the next time that you change the batteries. (Sorry for the flash flare in this image, better pictures down below) Again, showing "batteries first-in test mode" with all characters illuminated PM me with any questions, comments or offers! Thanks for looking! -a2a
  2. so i have at long last with a lot of work got the French RGB colecovision board i have in my possession working once again. my question is does anyone know a fill pinout for the motherboard RGB connector. i have looked on http://www.colecovision.dk/technical.htm i have also looked on http://www.nightfallcrew.com/14/06/2009/cbs-colecovision-secam-rgb-hackcbs-colecovision-secam-rgb-hack/ they are both incorrect, and so my first attempt produced a pretty pants cable that was not fit to be used (wrong colours etc) I have finally got a rgb picture out of it using a combination of them both and my own judgement but the other pins in the connector provide voltage when measured against the board ground that is not documented on any site. do we know what the other pins do. also what are i would like to just put this out there for comments, the audio from the RGB connector is incredibly weak, i was thinking of using a transistor or maybe two paired together to increase the power of this so you don't have to have the tv on max to hear anything (hopefully will result in less interference buzz from whatever is causing that! i will post a completed pin out later that i know that is as good as i can get it. but the other pins i will need a bit of help maybe with someone with a proper French RGB cable any info greatly appreciated
  3. A composite modded Intellivision (PAL) console looks rough on old televisions let alone modern televisions but is the only option. I'd like to get a fully working French (Peritan) model RGB Intellision console, as long as it is a sensible/reasonable price. I don't care about the condition of the case at it will go into my Project Unity system, if it has the RGB cable that would be great but if not, let me know the pinout for RGB on the console and I can take it from there. I do need the console to be fully working of course. I'm in Hampshire, UK.
  4. CatPix

    Rev 2 SECAM

    From the album: CatPixtures

  5. CatPix

    Atari Rev 2 SECAM

    From the album: CatPixtures

  6. CatPix

    Etiquettes

    From the album: CatPixtures

  7. Recently, I bought a lot of two woody VCS+ joystick controllers+ a pair of paddles and 2 games (with boxes in poor condition) for a whooping 10€ price, which is a good bargain, even here where the 2600 systems aren't much looked after. While testing the units, I started to notice some differences between the 2 systems. Keep in mind that the Atari 2600 was released in France in 1981, the last year of the woody model. So I was wondering if those differences were leftovers from the US variant, or if they might come from an early run of PAL/SECAM adaptations that were discarded. Here are some pictures of the machines : The newer on the left, the oldest on the right (by number production) The oldest one feature the double HP vents. Were those also on US 4 switches models? I though they were only on 6 switches unit? The back feature more screw holes, smaller holes near the stamps. What is it for? A channel selector "A" and "B". Note that the channel selector option is also on his usual place on top of the unit, with the "channel 2-3 " marking (and it's left unused, at least on the SECAM version. It make sense since the woody SECAM unit uses UHF channel 36 ). As far as I know, A and B aren't used in the European CCIR TV systems (we use channel numbers), so I really don't know what kind of channel it was meant to select (there is no switch so it choose nothing anyway). On the back, holes have beel hidden with a thick adhesive piece of plastic. From the size and shape, it was probably meant to house joysticks connectors and a power connector in the middle. Does this exist on US Atari too? Just a view on the stamps : This first one is the standard Atari sticker, or I suppose so. The second mention that the system is certified to be used in France and mention the fact you have to plug it on the back of your TV (and not using a T shaped plug to connect both antenna and system at the same time). Europe use a RCA-like connector for antenna so swapping between antenna and video games systems isn't as annoying as the double fork or F plus used in the USA And manual switchboxes were allowed too. For your eyes's pleasure : This board is very different from the later SECAM boards found in black VCS. The most interesting feature is that UHF transmitter that seems to pick up video and audio, calling for a very easy A/V mod. I gotta try it! So... Is that "old" VCS an oddity, or is it perfectly normal to find those feature on it? Thanks for taking a look and answering
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