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Currently after an RGB-Modded NES-101 Toploader of reputable quality. Here's what's needed: NESRGB Mod w/ 3-palette switch. Palettes: RGBSource's set that uses NESCAP, HYBRID, and FCEUX (Improved) SNES styled AV multi-out port to use my HD Retrovision cables on. Either this or component out via the optional addon board. Whichever provides the best quality component output to my JVC CRT. Any other necessary component replacements (capacitors, resisters, voltage regulator, etc.). Power-on LED light. Optional: Support for expansion audio from Famicom games or Everdrive. I'm also after an RGB + Deblur modded N64. Can be either Grape Purple (NA) or Midnight Blue (JP), just as long as it can play NA region games. Including a good condition OEM controller of the same color would be a plus. Be sure to include photos of your previous work for reference.
I decided to get an NES Toploader, I really wanted a NES 8-Bit unit that low-budget made, but I can not get any response from the guy. So where I am at now. I got a toploader and ordered the NESRGB kit for it, it really looks like an amazing kit. I have read a bunch and watch a few videos but it does not seem that anyone is getting stereo (or at least 2 channel audio) out of the kit. The video jack that it comes with looks like a total hack! I ordered the famicom multi port kit to install on my NES and it has a pin for left and right audio, but the NESRGB only has 1 audio out channel. Does anyone have a work around, can I just split that 'mono' out and at least get audio to both speakers? I am using that famicom multi out to a SCART cable that will feed an OSSC with stereo speakers attached, I would like both speakers to get audio.
First, just like many of my other postings here USA address and Paypal only please. This is my Nintendo NES, it has NESRGB board connected to a Nintendo multi av out port, so cables are convenient. It can do "enhanced" composite output S-video RGBS It has had its original 72 pin connector cleaned and resprung (but its a front loader so...) Its CIC lockout chip disabled Its original internal voltage regulator replaced Electrolytic caps replaced on the motherboard Expansion audio routed to the NESRGB board and mixed NESRGB board installed Nintendo MultiAV out connector installed Palette switch installed Case painted (cause it was beyond retrobrite and magic eraser) Comes with Console Tomee Aftermarket dogbone controller controller 9 volt DC power supply, switching power supply from Digikey (and its not a wall wart) Nintendo MultiAV out to composite or svideo + audio cable Nintendo MultiAV out to RGB + Audio SCART cable On the point of painted case, the top is painted metallic flake "aluminum" with the black stripe going from front to back. The bottom of the case is painted a dark metallic grey, the labels are re-applied with printable water-side decals, and under several (thin) coats of lacquer. I am not a pro painter, I am a dude standing in his driveway with an old TV tray, some Kyron, and watching the wind. There are defects in the paint (mostly trash) that the camera can not pick up... its not a huge deal but its not a close inspection Museum piece, its a half meter "that's neat" Asking 300$ (OBO or Trade for computer's) USA + Paypal only ... shipped