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A nice triple screen PC set-up to go along with a CRT TV with built in VCR player

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Yes, it's a Toshiba flat CRT w/ S-Video, VHS and progressive scan DVD. I also have a larger Insignia flat CRT with S-Video and component- a backup. It is not an HD CRT though (they made those for a while).

My PS2 and Dreamcast are permanently attached via a S-Video switcher I just installed. They look pretty great. Too bad it doesn't have component or VGA for the Dreamcast. I also have a softmodded Xbox that isn't shown. If the TV console were bigger I'd hook that up too. PS2, Dreamcast and Xbox on a flat CRT with built-in DVD and VHS is a pretty dope 2003-era living room setup (for console gaming anyway).

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it lends to the throw back vibes. n not all modern TVs have RCAs, or S-video, or any of those other weird random console formats from over the years.
Yep. Most only have HDMI and maybe component RGB (with composite video on green) if you're lucky. Most of these old systems run at 320x240 or lower (SNES is 256x224). Now imagine hooking that up in composite to a 4K set and blowing it up to 3840x2160. Disgusting. It even looks bad on my 1080p flatscreen. It's much cheaper and looks better to use an old CRT if you have the original systems instead of buying a Framemeister from Japan...

All of my systems get hooked up in S-Video and I even added a mod board to my Genesis to get S-Video from it- S-Video is cheaper and hassle free compared to RGB SCART and all the converters and cables you need. The SNES can output S-Video out of the box with a $8 cable. The only systems that get hooked up in composite are PC Engine (was called Turbografx-16 here), NES and Master System due to them not supporting S-Video- the NES and PC Engine can be modded to output RGB for SCART but I'd risk destroying them in the process with my average soldering skills.

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Nice setup, I see you are a fan of baby metal
I am a ridiculously huge fan of them and saw them live in Chicago in 2016- on the bottom level, with only around 1k people. So I was really really close. I dressed like an idiot with a bunch of stuff and brought a Kitsune mask. Moa saw it and smiled at me I've seen basically every concert DVD or Bluray they've put out, tons of interviews, even the old Sakura Gakuin nendo class tests. I'm also a huge fan of kami band which is just as great as the girls for me- I'm a big fan of all their other bands now (Far East Dizain is Leda's and Takayoshi Ohmura Band). I've even been learning Japanese pretty seriously because of them but have a long way to go (I can speak enough to communicate as a tourist, at least)

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Also the nintendo guns will not work on a new screen over the CRT.
Nope! They do, however, work on my flat CRT, but I had to lower the brightness from whoever had it last. So the Zapper didn't work at first but after lowering the brightness it did. The Sega Saturn lightgun (for Virtua Cop games) also works. However, my Master System Light Phaser doesn't and I can't figure out why- I actually bought like 4 more of them and none worked. They may need the lense cleaned or something (I own a game called Rambo III for the SMS, it is kind of like the old Operation Wolf arcade by Taito, I want to play it but....) Oh, also the Sega Master System has a 3D glasses accessory and they work really well and the effect is pretty awesome for the time. I have multiple games that require them (about 5). So those work great too and won't work on an LCD.

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more nerd than weeb^^ Ic ould show you a weeb settup xDD
lol. I have a lot of stuff I either printed or bought that's Japanese... but not into PVC statues. I have, however, watched anime since I was 8 (thats like 27 years lol) and seen hundreds if not thousands at this point. Would love to see your stuff.

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Yes, it's a Toshiba flat CRT w/ S-Video, VHS and progressive scan DVD. I also have a larger Insignia flat CRT with S-Video and component- a backup. It is not an HD CRT though (they made those for a while).




I am a ridiculously huge fan of them and saw them live in Chicago in 2016- on the bottom level, with only around 1k people. So I was really really close. I dressed like an idiot with a bunch of stuff and brought a Kitsune mask. Moa saw it and smiled at me I've seen basically every concert DVD or Bluray they've put out, tons of interviews, even the old Sakura Gakuin nendo class tests. I'm also a huge fan of kami band which is just as great as the girls for me- I'm a big fan of all their other bands now (Far East Dizain is Leda's and Takayoshi Ohmura Band). I've even been learning Japanese pretty seriously because of them but have a long way to go (I can speak enough to communicate as a tourist, at least)

Babymetal was the gateway drug for me, now I listen to quite a few Japanese bands, like Angry Frog Rebirth, Lightbringer, Band-Maid and Maximum the Hormone.


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That's crazy, last time i tried it on one of my LED/LCD TV's the zapper wouldn't work but I never messed w/ the tv's brightness settings.

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yeassir, I learned it even looks like arse in 1080p after setting a retron for my folks who kept our games, but not the systems.
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Babymetal was the gateway drug for me, now I listen to quite a few Japanese bands, like Angry Frog Rebirth, Lightbringer, Band-Maid and Maximum the Hormone.
I will check some of those out though I've heard BAND-MAID of course... Check out Far East Dizain, DELUHI, Undivide, Galneryus (<- all Leda Cygnus, kami band guitarist), Takayoshi Ohmura Band, and Kiba of Akiba (YENIOL album if you can find it). Some, especially Leda's, are essentially Visual Kei metalcore. If you look past the weird appearance they are awesome. Gotsu Totsu Kotsu is cool too, it's like Samurai style Death metal.

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That's crazy, last time i tried it on one of my LED/LCD TV's the zapper wouldn't work but I never messed w/ the tv's brightness settings.
I think you misinterpreted what I said... I've never seen or heard of a lightgun working on an LCD or LED monitor. I was referring to my CRT TV (the one pictured) being a "flat CRT"- this just means it is a normal, old style electron gun color CRT television but the front screen glass is totally flat, not curved, which eliminates the "egg-like" image of older, curved sets. The brightness thing was simply that for a time, I thought lightguns would not work on this style of CRT (because they didn't work on either of mine and they are both "flat" CRTs), once I lowered the brightness with Duck Hunt running they began to work. There are youtubers who have tried to get lightguns working on modern flat screen LCD/LED sets and it is basically impossible because of numerous things but mostly the scanline timing and lag. Someone DID use a RaspBerry Pi and Arduino and made a device he put between the NES video connection and a big LCD TV and it worked by fixing the lag due to the different timing that the Zapper expects (or something like that). But other than that, no, a stock NES + lightgun will never work on a modern LCD or LED despite what you may hear people say. It's pretty much physically impossible and it comes down to how Nintendo designed the gun and that the timing between the NES and TV is very tight.

So no- TL;DR my lightguns work on the silver Toshiba CRT shown in my pictures, which is a "flat CRT"- the front screen glass is flat instead of curved but it is still an old SD CRT.

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yeassir, I learned it even looks like arse in 1080p after setting a retron for my folks who kept our games, but not the systems.
The best way to play old 90s game consoles on a modern television is probably a RetroPie for sure. I don't know about the Retron or those other systems. But I do know that just attaching a SNES or Genesis to composite video and letting the built in scaler of the TV upscale it looks terrible. You will get better results with a high quality, expensive ($600) external scaler like a Framemeister but why not just get a Raspberry Pi? The scaler and filters the various emulators and Emulation Station use at least make the games presentable and much more clear. The reason my real SNES looks so bad is that not only is it extremely blurry but there are horrendous deinterlacing artifacts whenever you move.

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the retron doesn't suffer from any of the composite issues, it just stretches the whole damn screen. They really should'a included a manual scaling option. It just looks weird to play mario on a giant screen.
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lol. I have a lot of stuff I either printed or bought that's Japanese... but not into PVC statues. I have, however, watched anime since I was 8 (thats like 27 years lol) and seen hundreds if not thousands at this point. Would love to see your stuff.
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oh ok, yeah I misinterpreted that part lol. But yeah that's why I said the reason for you having a CRT for your classic consoles etc since their are components that only work on a CRT vs LED/LCD etc. I know tons of people that still look out for CRT's but only certain monsters that are now very hard to find and have a good refresh rate or can handle the 240hz+ w/ out issues.

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Ubuntu 14.04LTS (Mate Mod)
Monitor
Acer XF270HU
Keyboard
Cooler Master Master Keys Pro S RGB
Keyboard
iKBC New Poker II (Type-C) with Cherry MX-Browns
Keyboard
Ducky OCN Edition with Cherry MX-Blacks
Mouse
Fnatic Flick G1
Mouse
FinalMouse Scream One
Mouse
Zowie EC1-A Special Edition (White)
Mouse
Logitech G403 Wireless
Mouse
Razer Deathadder Chroima Black Ops 3 Edition
Mousepad
Razer Goliathus Call of Duty: Black Ops III Edition Soft Gaming Mouse Mat, Medium Speed
Audio
Kanto YU2 Gloss White
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Sennheiser PC 360 Special Edition
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Sound Blaster Zx
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CableMod Widebeam RGB LED kit (x2)
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Mod-One PC Custom Cables
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i7 3770
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ASUS P8H61-I R2.0
RAM
Crucial Ballistix Tactical 8GB DDR3 1600 CL8 (2x4GB)
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Samsung 860 EVO 250GB
Hard Drive
Seagate Barracuda 500GB SSHD
Power Supply
Seasonic SS-400FL
Case
Lian-Li PC-Q07
Operating System
Windows 10 Home 64Bit
Keyboard
iKBC Poker II Type-C - Cherry MX Browns
Mouse
Microsoft Intellimouse Optical 1.1A
CPU
Phenom x6 1055T
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Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
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EVGA GTX 1050 SC (1923/3600)
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Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4x8GB DDR3 1600)
Hard Drive
Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM
Hard Drive
Corsair Force GS 128GB
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Corsair HX620
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CoolerMaster Masterliquid 120 Lite
Case
Anidees AI7
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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Operating System
Windows 10 Home
Monitor
Asus VS238H
Keyboard
Velocifire TKL w/ Outemu Browns
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Fnatic Flick G1 w/ CorePad Skates
Mousepad
razer goliathus black ops 3 edition
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