Always ground your ground, that’s the lesson learnt here! Nice and simple. That picture looks amazing. Here’s to the next 20 years of that screen working without any intervention! 😛
We then have some glitching video of Sonic 1 which … Continue reading
In this video, we look at hooking up a Mega Drive 2 to the Sony PVM-9044QM via RGB. It looks fantastic, but don’t take my word for it – watch the video and enjoy the mismatched colours. Why are they … Continue reading
Today we have a peek inside a marvel from the mid-90s, a Sony PVM monitor. These are great for broadcasting if you happen to be a television studio but they are also great for their RGB capabilities and retrogaming. With … Continue reading
Cartridge slot cleaning is one of my favourite adventures to embark on. This applies to many other consoles that are cartridge based. Just be sure to not get any extra fluff off your paper towel into the cartridge slot, that’s … Continue reading
If you’re having trouble with garbled video on your SNES or SFC be sure to have a look here for the possible modes of failure.
You’ll see it is actually a Nintendo Super System, which I had never heard of … Continue reading
Nobody likes a gaming console that can’t game. The Sony PlayStation 1, Sega Mega Drive 2, Sega Saturn, Microsoft Xbox and more all have recurring issues from the physical stress of inserting and removing figure-8 power cables.
Over time these … Continue reading
Xeno GC, this bad boy had been sitting around for a long time! The installation isn’t actually that bad. I’ll eventually do a video of the install as I have another GameCube to chip. It allows the use of full … Continue reading
Here’s a quick overview of the Sony Trinitron PVM 1442QM I picked up a while back on eBay, from the UK of all places. It made it across mostly intact, a little bit of frame damage here and there but … Continue reading
Previously, way back in August 2016, I posted about having power supply problems on my Sega TeraDrives.
I had considered falling back onto a PSU replacement if replacing parts blindly failed. As it turned out this was the plan I … Continue reading
Those long time listeners out there might remember this photo of a hole that was blown in the S-MIX chip on the SNSP-CPU-1CHIP-02 mainboard I had a while back. Well good news, I got a chance to revisit the issue … Continue reading