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post #40321 of 40526 (permalink) Old 02-28-2019, 07:16 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
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.
Yes it is weird playing it on a giant screen because it was not designed for it. And from what I've seen, the Retron systems allow for proper aspect ratio (4:3) instead of just blowing the whole thing up to the edges of the screen (though most modern tvs let you change the aspect ratio to 4:3 for legacy devices anyway).

Once again, I'd suggest trying something like a RetroPie (Raspberry Pi emulator box if you're unfamiliar) as the games will probably look way better on it. This may have something to do with the emulators compensating for non-square pixels, outputting native 1080p, software blitters/video routines in the emulators, and probably a ton of other things I'm not aware of. One way or another though, the much smaller pixels of retro games are going to be blown up to huge proportions on a modern tv, especially 4K, and look chunky and terrible no matter what you do- on an old CRT TV this wasn't as bad.

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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.
Yes, a CRT is best if you have room, and the interest, in keeping the old consoles around. I actually used nothing but emulators myself up until maybe 2010, before then I didn't have any of the systems I have now.

Sony Trinitrons or Sony PVMs (discarded, high end TV production CRTs, essentially) are generally what these people want but they can cost a LOT and PVMs can only accept SCART signals from what I understand. What I have still works well for me and looks good enough. I'm dreading when one of my CRTs dies and I need to recap something in it.


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I think i dont post pictures from my Dakimakuras^^ BUT Anyway Im a proud Weeb that wörk and buys stuff for his hobby
This looks really good and best of all, clean. You must have spent $2K+ on all those PVC statues. (Gotta love 1999.co.jp) Gotta stick to Gundam models here, or my wife would never touch me again. I don't think my Catholic Mother-in-Law would like it much when she comes to visit, either.

Pretty sure I see more than one Sonico, ironically my wife liked that show a lot. I like the studio monitors, headphone amps and headphones best, my headphones and sound on my rig are pretty bottom tier.

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Never thought about the value of all the figures. Just bought some from time to time, when i saw a nice one.

Could buy for all that stuff a nice little car or so... But that wouldnt make me so happy like listen to good musik and watch/clean my figures with a soft brush^^

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Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
Never thought about the value of all the figures. Just bought some from time to time, when i saw a nice one.

Could buy for all that stuff a nice little car or so... But that wouldnt make me so happy like listen to good musik and watch/clean my figures with a soft brush^^
A soft brush.... don't they have ones now with other things that are soft too?

I didn't think of the value of my retro games or pc either until a few years ago once I had all of it. Well, some of the most expensive games I did think of the value but before buying them (Chrono Trigger, cost me $100). Anyway I do have a giant spreadsheet my wife helped me put together on Google Sheets tracking every game I own, it's condition, and it's value. A few years ago when prices on old games had ballooned (probably because of Youtube), all of my games and systems were worth $7500. I have around 350 games but this includes games for some modern systems in the other room like 360, PS3, Wii U, Vita, etc.

Anyway it's a bad investment either way because these old video games are essentially collectibles now like baseball cards, etc. They are very volatile. And I agree with your sentiment- I really enjoy being able to play these games like I did when I was a kid in the early 1990s when I owned them (NES and SNES) or played them at a friends house (Sega), and this means more to me than money. I do have some regret though- they need a lot of maintenance especially compared to recent things or a pc because of age (such as desoldering and replacing capacitors in systems, a daunting task if you do a whole system, or replacing dead save game batteries).

I have at times, checked and realized a game I bought for $3 is now selling for $60... So if you have any anime DVDs or Blu-Rays keep an eye on them as they may increase in value and you can sell ones you are willing to let go of to get money for other things you want more. I have no idea if this applies to the statues but it might as they are essentially collectibles.

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New job’s desk is good enough 🙂wouldn’t recommend the ROTTAY for gaming but it’s fine for work

Same for the Logitech vertical mouse. The tracking is terrible for an $80 mouse. Gonna exchange it for something... just not sure what.
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How y'all sit so damn close to so much screen though, I'll never understand. I'd be 3 foot+ away from that, with a custom built underdesk keyboard tray

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How y'all sit so damn close to so much screen though, I'll never understand. I'd be 3 foot+ away from that, with a custom built underdesk keyboard tray

Well the big TV I don't use at my desk. I only use it if i'm sitting in my bed which is on the other side of the room. It's just all on for the photo.



As for the three lower ones they are fine at the distance I sit. Probably about 3 feet back yea.



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Both of yours look fantastic. If I had a bit more money, I'd do one like yours, iCrap. I've wanted to put a big screen on the wall above my triple monitors, just like that. (I really want a new desk- but I also need a platform upgrade soon for my aging 4790k. Wife likely won't agree to both..)

Also, I'm surprised both of you seem to have Surround displays, I thought I was the only one on this site still using it Though theres many more uses for three displays than gaming and who says you even game in Surround.

skupples- my displays are only 23" 16:9. When I'm sitting in my racing chair leaning back, my eyes are probably 4 feet (at least) away from my center display. I think any further back and my outside monitors would no longer be in my peripheral vision, but my forward vision, thus defeating the point. In addition, your setup looks great too, I like the desk and how clean it looks overall. Nice job.

Also- tbh at this point I am thinking of just getting a PS4 Pro or whatever the refresh will be, and a 4K set. Unfortunately the pc hobby has become too expensive to me, you have to upgrade too often, and the majority of the time I dont even use my rig because I dont like the games on it that work with Surround/SLI (I play RPGs and mostly Japanese ones. None I know of support Surround). The last big Western RPG I really liked that supported Surround well was Dragon Age Inquisition and that was in 2014. I find myself playing JRPGs on my Switch lately more often (Ys VIII is flippin' fantastic.)

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Both of yours look fantastic. If I had a bit more money, I'd do one like yours, iCrap. I've wanted to put a big screen on the wall above my triple monitors, just like that. (I really want a new desk- but I also need a platform upgrade soon for my aging 4790k. Wife likely won't agree to both..)

Also, I'm surprised both of you seem to have Surround displays, I thought I was the only one on this site still using it Though theres many more uses for three displays than gaming and who says you even game in Surround.

skupples- my displays are only 23" 16:9. When I'm sitting in my racing chair leaning back, my eyes are probably 4 feet (at least) away from my center display. I think any further back and my outside monitors would no longer be in my peripheral vision, but my forward vision, thus defeating the point. In addition, your setup looks great too, I like the desk and how clean it looks overall. Nice job.

Also- tbh at this point I am thinking of just getting a PS4 Pro or whatever the refresh will be, and a 4K set. Unfortunately the pc hobby has become too expensive to me, you have to upgrade too often, and the majority of the time I dont even use my rig because I dont like the games on it that work with Surround/SLI (I play RPGs and mostly Japanese ones. None I know of support Surround). The last big Western RPG I really liked that supported Surround well was Dragon Age Inquisition and that was in 2014. I find myself playing JRPGs on my Switch lately more often (Ys VIII is flippin' fantastic.)



Ive been using 3 displays for like 10 years. I love it, both work work and games. Especially love it for racing games!



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