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PC Engine special in this month's Retro Gamer.

(Disclaimer: I've only seen the over on Readly so not actually looked at it.)

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Posted (edited)

all the chat in the PC Engine mini thread makes me want to go out to the garage, and bring my collection back indoors. Especially as I have the RGB adaptor above and a new TV to try it on.

 

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and I should use the Core Grafx II where possible, right?

 

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Edited by SeanR

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On 18/02/2020 at 12:40, ulala said:

That’s cheap!

 

With PC Engine accessories I'd definitely be wary of cheap video adaptors as most manufacturers don't give a fuck about building things properly.

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On 25/11/2018 at 23:21, SeanR said:

I'm lazy, so I bought this external RGB mod:

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223241158977

 

(now to figure out what's wrong with my everdrive)

 

(also knock-off everdrives on wish.com)

 

 


I got rgb adaptor, not that one!

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Ok, RGB rolls, but I’ve only tried one SCART socket, but check out composite mode!

 

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Posted (edited)

4:3 feels wasteful on a 42" ws set, 14:9 is close.

 

The zoom options are mental, and the TV is reporting the signal as RGB, despite the RGB adaptor being switched to composite, unless... that's the input method, and it's converting the signal back to RGB?

 

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