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  1. Hey there guys and gals! After trying out some modern retro systems on my HDTV for a while I've come to the conclusion that I prefer doing my classic gaming on a CRT, so here's some hi-def retro goodies up for sale! To give you a reference for my reliability as a buyer and seller, you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here:http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0g You can also find my AtariAge Marketplace User Feedback thread here:http://atariage.com/forums/topic/254880-jin/ Before we get down to business, here's the usual info: All prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. Shipping costs to anywhere in the United States will be calculated by based on zip code and package size/weight. All games will be shipped via USPS in heavy duty cardboard sleeves wrapped in bubble wrap inside a padded bubble mailer to ensure that they arrive safely and undamaged, and delivery confirmation will be included so that you can track the package. International shipping is available upon request and will be calculated based on location. Payment is accepted via PayPal only and all sales are on a "first come first serve" basis. In other words, the first person to PM me about an item gets it! There are some things I am willing to accept in trade, and you can find the list of those items below: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stuff I'll Trade For Atari 7800 system in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and a near mint chrome strip Game Boy Color system (I'll be refurbishing it with a new shell and buttons so any condition is fine as long as everything works properly) EverDrive GB X7 Original NES system in excellent condition with no yellowing, chips, or cracks Gray NES Zapper in excellent condition Sega Master System Light Phaser in excellent condition ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now that we've got the formalities out of the way, here's what I have for sale. Analogue Mega SG I put probably a dozen or so hours of use on it and everything works perfectly and looks just like new, aside from the power brick which has a few rather large scratches on it. Price: SOLD RetroUSB AVS Looks just like new, no flaws or blemishes of any kind and works perfectly. Price: $170 Super Nintendo Classic Edition w/ Insignia 6ft Extension Cables Used but in very nice shape. The system itself is mint with no scratches or blemishes and the controllers are as well, with the exception of some light scratching on the second controller's A & B buttons. There is what appears to be a bit of white paint on the power cable though it was that way out of the box when I got it. Everything works just as it should with no problems of any kind. Price: SOLD Thank you for taking the time to view my sales thread and just shoot me a DM if you're interested in buying or trading for anything!
  2. *SOLD* *SOLD* *SOLD* Hi everyone! This is my first post here, so I hope I’m doing this right. I have a bundle of goodies to sell. Everything is practically new except for the Ecco games. The games have some wear but still are probably better overall than most copies out there. They were the best I could find at the time, and I can send pictures if I need to. Everything else looks perfect and was bought within the last four months. I only used the HDMI switch on a 1080p TV, so I haven’t tried out the 4K and HDR functionality. 1x Analogue Mega Sg (Complete in box with all original accessories) 1x 8bitdo M30 2.4ghz Controller with Genesis Adapter 2x Retro-Bit 6 Button Controllers (Licensed by Sega) 1x Sandisk Ultra 16gb SD Card 1x 10ft Male to Female 3.5mm Audio Cable 1x 5 Port 4K 60hz HDR HDMI Switch with Remote 1x Ecco The Dolphin (Complete in box with manual) 1x Ecco: The Tides of Time (Complete in box with manual) For those that don’t know, the Mega Sg is a FPGA clone of the Sega Genesis. It’s a great way to play your Genesis games on a modern TV since it doesn’t add any input lag beyond the TV. It also has a previously unreleased game by DICE called “Ultracore” on the system. It also can play Master System games with the included cartridge adapter (still wrapped in plastic), and there are more adapters available to buy that allow you to play Game Gear, Sega My Card, SG-1000, SC-3000 games. Oh, and the system can easily be jailbroken to play games from a SD card. The system can also be customized by simulating scanlines and adjusting the sound. Since the Genesis had several models with different sound chips, it caused trouble with some games audio depending on the console model. The Mega Sg allows you to fix this by switching a setting on or off as needed. The Mega Sg is also region free and accepts cartridges from all regions without modification. There’s a couple of very good Mega Sg reviews by My Life in Gaming and Digital Foundry on YouTube if you want to know more. It also doesn’t have any sound lag like the Genesis Mini. I paid around $350 for everything listed here including tax and shipping. The Mega Sg alone was $190 plus $17 shipping. I’m asking $225 for everything including shipping within the lower 48 USA. If you are worried about me being new on here, I can point you to an amateur astronomy website where I have a lot of feedback from buying and selling things. I take very good care in packaging my items, and I will provide a tracking number. Thanks for looking!!!
  3. So I finally got my Mega SG in the mail today and after updating it to the latest firmware I tried it out with a bunch of different games. I played Splatterhouse 2, Mortal Kombat, Samurai Shodown, Lightening Force, Virtua Racing, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic 2, and Sonic 3 & Knuckles. Every game looked fantastic and played beautifully, except for the three Sonic games. All three of them had washed out looking color pallets and massive amounts of motion blur on everything except for Sonic himself whenever he started running. Just to make sure I wasn't imagining things I tried out the three Sonic games on my Genesis Model 2 on a CRT TV and they looked fine with no motion blur at all, but on the Mega SG hooked up to a 1080p Vizio HDTV they look pretty awful. I scoured all the video options menus on both the Mega SG and my HDTV and couldn't find any remedy to the problem, so I was wondering if anyone else here has had the same issue with motion blur in all the Sonic games on their Mega SG?
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    Analogue Nt Mini Gb LSDJ

    Testing "LSDJ" music tracker at the GameBoy (GB) core at Analogue Nt Mini.
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    ntmini To scart2

    Analogue Nt Mini cable for SCART-Euroconector use.
  6. Hello all! I like to drop in and show people things that they may not know, or might not have seen before, and as have been a lurker here for years, I thought someone might get a kick out of seeing a full resolution teardown of the Analogue Nt First Edition NES/Famicom console. Serial Number 000123. Let me know if you have any questions I might be able to answer, but otherwise, enjoy! 1. The Aluminum Case; 2. The Nt Motherboard 3. The CPU/PPU Daughterboards; 4. The Zimba Labs (Kevtris) 6502A FPGA HDMI Board; 5. Board/Chip Closeups; 6. Misc. Board Oddities; I hope everyone enjoys the photos as much as I enjoyed tearing down this amazing chunk of engineering! (First Post!)
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    Vga screws

    Analogue Nt Mini with vga screws added.
  8. Testing "LSDJ" music tracker at the GameBoy Color (GBC) core at Analogue Nt Mini.
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    ntmini To scart1

    Analogue Nt Mini cable for SCART-Euroconector use.
  10. I've got a new discovery of a special joystick that can get digital control games on the Atari 2600 and 5200 like Asteroids (2600), Gravitar (2600), Meteorites(5200), and Star Trek (2600 & 5200) to be more analog for fine-tuning the placement of your shots. This can also be helpful on The Earth Dies Screaming and Wizard of War. On the flip side this variance in movement of your onscreen character may not be such a good idea in certain digital games because it may slow you down when you need to always be full-steam-ahead (ie. PacMan, Dig Dug, Frogger, Q-bert, etc...). But on the certain digital-control games which require specific shot placement or character placement, it's going to enhance your control. I am really excited to tell you that Gravitar is especially awesome with this new method of control. I have yet to try Pitfall or Pitfall II with this method, but I can imagine there'd be a benefit with them as well. So I'd like to go over the details of how to set this up on the 2600. First you will need an original Playstation flightstick made by Madcatz. This controller has a switch to enable digital or 'pulse' digital control. The latter mode is similar to what is offered by the Atari Trakball for the 2600 and Atari 8 bit computers when it's in joystick mode. It delivers pulses when making smaller movements to slow things down a bit. In other words, it gives a pseudo-analog movement of your character/ship. To get it to work on the 2600, you'll need the following adapters between the 2600 and the flightstick: 1) Best Electronics Sega Genesis controllers to Atari Systems Adapter cable (Source: Best Electronics- call their 800 number to order) 2) A Tototek Joypad Converter (Version MD). This allows Playstation controllers to work on a 9 pin port of a Sega Genesis. (Source: Tototek website) Alternate method: 1) Buy a hard to find adapter made by Innovation that converts Playstation controllers to 15 pin PC gameports called the Smartjoy Emulator Adapter. (Source: Ebay (as of right now these are quite expensive)) 2) Obtain an inexpensive 15 pin PC gameport to 9 pin Atari/Amiga/Amstrad controller adapter (Source: Ebay seller Ikonsgr74) Methods for getting the Madcatz Flightstick connected to your 5200 are found here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/284238-new-discovery-for-going-beyond-digital-control-on-your-5200-games/?do=findComment&comment=4140266 If you want to see a presentation/tutorial on this, here you go: https://youtu.be/igynk3Tfy6E
  11. The long-awaited cartridge converters for Game Gear and SMS cards on Analogue Mega Sg are here!
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