We didn’t see this one over in Europe/Australia or Japan for that matter. The Sega Activator developed by Sega of America. Here we have a look at the innards of what makes it tick. See anything you recognise? Pipe up … Continue reading
This poor iMac was left in the garage. It had a bad analog board, but now it has another problem. Bugs… or rather an ants nest inside the machine! Don’t worry I debugged it by letting the ants gather their … Continue reading
Just a quick video of the sounds of the Willie Wagtail that was in the backyard until recently – it’s since flown away!… Continue reading
Given how easily this board is damaged, I think it is safe to say the mainboard was made to a much better standard than the subboard.… Continue reading
Mainboard capacitor removal on the PAC-S1 – perfectly done for once. A high quality board will not damage easily. That’s why the mainboard and subboards are such different beasts.… Continue reading
Here we go showing you how to disassemble a PAC-S1 (Japanese) unit for the Pioneer LaserActive, should be the same on the PAC-S10 (US).… Continue reading
It’s the year hoverboards come about. Come on Mattel – at least a basic model. Just an overview of how chaotic life has become and ramblings of an old man past his prime.
RetroJunkie.net has been terminated due to lack … Continue reading