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Everything posted by ulala

  1. An unboxed 48k spectrum, I wouldn’t pay £100 for it
  2. Why are horizontal scanlines vertical, and why are vertical scanlines horizontal?
  3. what format / folder do the saturn games have to be in?
  4. If you take a cart out during gameplay, does it still play ?
  5. They mean it can rip DC games that have previously been ripped and burned to a cd
  6. my m30 doesn’t do this, but my pc engine pad does need to be wired before it works wirelessly
  7. resolution and scaling are your friends
  8. try the presets first and see how you go
  9. It’s the microcomputers that are amazing
  10. it definitely read like you had a problem 😂
  11. It’s looking in the wrong place probably to usb or sd, the wrong one you want to
  12. no issues like that here. did you run the diagnostics before adding hardware to the de10?
  13. i get that, it would be a bonus. But we shouldn’t use this as a stick to beat it with. does it do it’s primary function? Absolutely and really well too can it run roms/ flash cards in future updates? Possibly yes. that’s what I knew when I paid for it, and what it’s doing now I’ve got it
  14. Just for the record, in case we forget, it plays carts fantastically well.
  15. absolutely this. get a USA to U.K. travel adaptor
  16. de10 usb board 128MB ram inline switch Y splitter cable heat sink fan & top plate 250 g micro sd card, more if you like cd games Bluetooth (for keyboard / mouse ) you will not need the I/ o board or a new psu, but get a travel adapter as the supplied psu plug is USA style
  17. This is shaping up to be quite a machine
  18. Correct. we can’t use “why not just get a pi” in this thread
  19. it is the best value in retro gaming right now
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