RetroTINK Transcoders Reviewed

I’ve had an opportunity to test out both the RGB2Comp and Comp2RGB series of RetroTINK products and in my opinion, both are the best you can purchase for the money.  I’ll take a moment to describe what each one does and I’ll soon have a video comparing them to the competition.  They should be available […]

Wonderswan Backlight Mod Installation and Review

The Chinese Guy has just posted a video showcasing the new backlight mod for Bandai’s Wonderswan.  The replacement screen is the same size as the original and seems to be high quality with no screen tearing or shimmering;  The video claims the screen is a pixel-perfect, integer scale of the original screen and even includes […]

MDFourier Now Available for PCE / TG-16

Artemio’s MDFourier software is now available for PC Engine and TurboGrafx-16 consoles as a Hu Card, CDROM image and SuperCDROM image.  This software allows people to compare two versions of a console’s audio output, while removing all subjective opinions and providing a real, measurable metric. The Sega Genesis version of the software has been used […]

Weekly Roundup #173

Here’s this week’s roundup!  An audio-only version, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download: T-Shirts: Video available on YouTube (above), LBRY and Bitchute:  Please consider signing up as a supporter!  Either hit Join, tip or pledge on this video, or sign up through the following services:  /  / […]

RetroTINK-Ultimate EOL Update

Mike Chi has just announced that his “TINKUltimate” Raspberry Pi hat is approaching it’s end of life (EOL).  He’ll still be offering them on his web store, but after this stock runs out, they’ll no longer be manufactured: I have mixed feelings about this.  First and foremost, the Ultimate offered a way for people […]

Carby Component Cables

Insurrection Industries has recently released the component video version of their GCVideo “Carby” line.  It’s a $90 device that’s designed for people looking to get high quality analog video from their Game Cube’s digital-out port, without relying on original and expensive component cables.  The cables only output video, so you’ll still need some Nintendo Multi-Out […]

Mega SD Thumbnail Manager

Terraonion has just open-sourced the “CartDBManager” that allows you to show box art and game information in the game select menu: Adding games to the library seems to be about the same as most other methods I’ve seen for other devices: First, prepare a 64×40 screenshot for each game you want to add Go to […]

First Look: OSSC On-Screen Display

OSSC creator Markus has just shown off an upcoming feature for the Open Source Scan Converter:  An on-screen menu!!! This is yet another amazing accomplishment that was originally thought to have been impossible!  In fact, many of the features Markus has added to the OSSC over the years could have totally warranted a brand new […]

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