SEGA/NES Cartridges & More

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super8

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One of a kind custom NES with Playchoice10 RGB chip.  super8 custom pcb by low_budget uses original NES processor chip.  Custom configured video converter that takes RGB and up converts it to VGA.  Super clean and 100% original signal just like the arcade stand up.  Use a standard VGA monitor if you wish for very clean graphics!  Separated audio channels makes audio paths clean. Includes power adapters for both the super8 and video converter.

 

 

GenMDM – Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Midi Synthesizer

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Extremely Rare GenMDM SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive Midi Synth
More info HERE!
 

midiNES

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Hard to acquire midiNES 1.1.0.  Do not try and buy these new as the manufacturer is taking people’s money but not delivering.  This is used, but 100% fully functional.

 

midiNES2

Hard to acquire midiNES 1.1.0.  Do not try and buy these new as the manufacturer is taking people’s money but not delivering.  This is used, but 100% fully functional.

 

 

 

 livenes

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David from Plogue has released a ROM that is a lot of fun.  He says this about it,              “It allows you to change the values of the APU‘s memory mapped registers ($4000 to $4017) using nothing but the Nintendo d-pad.  A side effect is that it can also be used to generate live minimalistic ‘music‘ on a NES by manually toggling a bit at a time, which is of course completely unintuitive!”  We have designed a special PCB for this particular cart.  We have Ciclone chips in these carts so they will work with any version NES on the planet!

Neil Baldwin has been generous by releasing great NES sound programming titles. You can check out his site here: http://www.nes-audio.com/ If you purchase either PR8 or Pulsar, a donation will be made to the ‘Just Giving’ charity under his name, located here: http://www.justgiving.com/Neil-Baldwin.

 

 

PR8

We are addicted to PR8. Neil has done an amazing job with the layout and useability! He says this about it on his site, “PR8 takes everything and turns it on it’s head. It’s a drum-machine-style synth but is also so much more. Uses 6 ‘virtual’ tracks and the drum ‘instruments’ are able to use any combination of all of the NES’s hardware voices SIMULTANEOUSLY! Tons of features and 180hz refresh rate for fast pitch sweeps and other effects. And yes, it has Auto Echo too!”

 

 

 

PULSAR

If you use LSDJ on a Gameboy, then you will feel right at home with Pulsar. Neil describes it this way on his site, “Pulsar (rightly) gained the nickname of ‘LSDJ for the NES’. Features a very similar UI to LSDJ so LSDJ users will find it reasonably familiar. Highlights include Auto Echo (of course!), complex Table-based FX, a unique ‘multi-voice’ table effect, amplitude modulation ‘distortion’, scaleable 180hz refresh rate for higher fidelity.”

 

 

 

Want to control your NES with your modular synthesizer?

Check this out!!!  PDF located HERE

Gamepad MOD

 

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