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chas10e last won the day on July 21 2019

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  1. from what I understand: the "kill screen" on dedicated arcade games come from the memory on the PCB getting full to a place where the game crashes. in emulation on modern hardware negates that problem. I could be wrong though, if I make it to the 3'rd board on DK I have had one of the best games in my whole life.
  2. Had a terrific Thanksgiving day. Brought the "go-bag" in upstairs to one of the gaming areas of my nieces known as "The schoolroom". Nephew had to get a multi-tap outlet ...yada-de-ya. First cart he wanted to play was "Space Invaders" so I went to level "33" co-operative 2 player mode then progressed up through the variations from there til we got to invisible, wiggly barricades, with doubled & fast wiggly enemy fire. He's been getting into Looney Tunes so I brought "Taz" & had some good rounds of that. later in the evening he brought me a Spiderman PnP he found while cleaning the basement or something that needed the battery tray cleaned. So we used ""SCIENCE"" white vineger & q-tips away from all the food washing hands afterwards. had to steal batteries outta the xb360 controllers played some boardgames, food, movie theater (Joker) And now on to the portion we call "Thanks-feasting" next 3 days of leftovers more boardgames, videogames ping-pong, Foosball
  3. I'm thankful for this thread staring my day. (with a cuppa coffee :D ) I'm thankful for the hobbies I have and the people I have to share them with. The next 4 days I'll be with family (nieces & nephews) & one of the things I'll have is an Atari I keep in my "go-bag" Have a Happy Thanksgiving everybody
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    Yeah that appears to be the original one and very cool, but yeah I was going to recommend using an alliterative power supply like the Genny Model 1 or or something exactly-similar. thanks for the pic even though most everything is written in Japaneses I can tell what the input voltage (100VAC) and output voltage (10VDC) and that the center tip is negative there is also the Amp rating (860mA) heres a pic of a couple OEM Sega power supplies: Both input is 120VAC the output is different one each of them, (9VDC & 10VDC), both center tip negative and the amp rating is 1.2A (or1200mA) so they will "handle the load" this thing in the yellow box may work as well: it is rated at 850mA as well
  5. chas10e

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    all power supplies have and INPUT voltage rating and an OUTPUT voltage rating can you post a clear pic of the power supply you have with this info ?
  6. chas10e

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    from this: https://www.famicomworld.com/forum/index.php?topic=6933.0 if it's an original power supply from Japan you would need an adapter DO NOT use an origonal NES power supply as it outputs 10V AC ( not DC power ) great wright-up on power supplies in above link and looks like a neat little unit you have there
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    yeah RF cable connector on bolf ends , theres a fine tuning pot in there to tinker with as well
  8. this may ( or may not) be the lamps for the sign ... got the # from nintendoage SYLVANIA 20284 https://www.1000bulbs.com/product/6284/FC13-S13078.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsfujmea95QIVJYNaBR3o7QEPEAAYASAAEgLfbvD_BwE I'm not sure if the ballast would be ok or not , got a picture of that ?
  9. When I first saw this thread I thought "ugh-oh" ..... it turned out exactly as I imagined. super - nice :)
  10. Awe Lee that's horrible ! I'll be looking forward to the Gofundme link & @Atari Creep 's video
  11. No hot sauce for me thanks !!! anything hotter than a bar-b-Que potato chip is WAY to spicy for me ! Every once in a while I will do a tiny dip of salsa if available eating tortilla chips from a mexican resturant. mild is ok and will try a bigger scoop if not to spicy.
  12. Oh wow, I got 2'nd place \o/ I stopped by a TV place on way home, said $30.oo deposit to check it out & will be placed towards the repair cost if done. I lost both picture & sound at the same time so thinking power circuit I didn't unplug-replug but did let it cool down for a night. upon trying again a loud pop inside, sounded like a capacitor popped I think it'd be worth having it professionally looked at
  13. I just got back from Pinburg 2019 sorry for delay ( no I didn't win any tournaments this year ... mebbe next year ) I put in a Sears Pong controller multi console AV cable GB games: Super Mario 2; Yoshi; Dr. Mario GBA games: Series of Unfortunate Events; Super MArio Advance; Finding Nemo; Mamco Museum; (think) Midways Classics? ; Yoshi's Island; Mario Kart Super Circuit DS game Mario Kart DS Atari 2600games Skiing cib Mouse Trap cib ( could have been nibbled by a mouse :P ) Synth Kart; Blip Football a Wico stick for 5200
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