Thread: Where do you hook up your systems?

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    • 11 years 4 months ago
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    NES, SNES, Genesis, PS2, GameCube, PC are in my room. (I never play PS2 or Gamecube any more but they are hooked up.)

    PS3 in the living room.
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    My SNES, NES and PS2 i all hook up in my room. Although i want to get a device where i can have all three of my systems hooked up at once.
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    My NES is hooked up in my room. All other systems (Super NES, Atari Jaguar, XBOX 360, Wii) are hooked up in the "hangout" room in my basement.
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    I usually play in my room, but sometimes I might bring a console down to the living room and play there.
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    the japanese systems, PS2, Xbox 360, super famicom, and the famicom aare on my big screen in the bedroom. as is my NES.

    The living room houses the American PS2, my gf's xbox 360, and the Wii.
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    My NES and my N64 are in my room, the Wii and the Sega Genesis are in the living room, the SNES is in my mom's room, my brother is borrowing my other N64 at college, and the Atari 2600 and my other NES are not hooked up right now.
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    My Gamecube, Sega Genesis, and N64, are hooked up in my room. The Wii is hooked up in the living room, and the NES and Super NES are also usually hooked up in the living room.
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    I hook them all up in my room, but if there's a whole bunch of us kids over or something like that, then I'll move 'em downstairs where we all hang out
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    Quote by ImAllTheRage
    Everything is in my bedroom. If I want to play another system, I unhook one, and hook up the other.
    Well put.
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    Quote by gumbyman
    My SNES, NES and PS2 i all hook up in my room. Although i want to get a device where i can have all three of my systems hooked up at once.


    the "magic" device

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    • 11 years 4 months ago
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    I have my own game room in which I put all my game related stuff.
    That's where I hook up the systems.
    Each month, I create a new theme to decorate the room with.
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    I seriously wish I could find a rgbs compatible tv around here. Apparently the quality is much better than s-video. Stupid canadian style televisions
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    Quote by SuperRainCheck
    I have my own game room in which I put all my game related stuff.
    That's where I hook up the systems.
    Each month, I create a new theme to decorate the room with.


    when i lived in my parents basement I had a game room, but for my card/tabeltop/board games. Now I have to use the garage.

    Oh that room was sweet though, I had my table and every week I'd make a new set up on it to display my work. Glass cases housing my game pices, one set aside for the ones I made myself. Two desk back to back in a corner for a work area...god that was sweet.

    my set up in teh garage is pretty nice too, but not Sweet.
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    • 11 years 4 months ago
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    At home I have a SNES but I don't use it anymore, but at work we have a PSX. It's connected to a black/white TV, and it's a modded console so it can play CD-R, I recorded all NES games onto one CD-R (cca. 200MB), I'm using an emulator called "imbNES" to play NES games on the PSX.

    Take a look...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSAvOpz_lXc

    Sorry for the bad quality, it was recorded minutes ago with my phone... and YES, I know I don't speak english very good.
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    ^nothing new. its better than my gn twin though. you don't even need a modchip
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    • 11 years 4 months ago
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    It's not my playstation (I hate sony), we didn't try it on one without a modchip. I didn't say it's new, I just recorded it now to show how it works, but it's there for at least 2 years.
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    without a mod chip you do this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8EL07Db1ww&feature=related

    its easy when you get the hang of it

    edit: moar liek this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qmyS3Cl32o&feature=related
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    hmm, I didn't know about this trick... very interesting, thank you.
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    I hook up all of my systems in my room. I own 4 systems, I hook one up at a time.
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    Quote by dr_doom
    At home I have a SNES but I don't use it anymore, but at work we have a PSX. It's connected to a black/white TV, and it's a modded console so it can play CD-R, I recorded all NES games onto one CD-R (cca. 200MB), I'm using an emulator called "imbNES" to play NES games on the PSX.

    Take a look...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSAvOpz_lXc

    Sorry for the bad quality, it was recorded minutes ago with my phone... and YES, I know I don't speak english very good.


    aren't you l33t. I built a dedicated NES emulating 486 computer that someone threw out. I installed a sound blaster 16 sound card into it and a gravis gamepad (because those damn things look like SNES controllers anyway). Then I installed all the necessary drivers and loaded a DOS based NES emulator and boom....rockin' NES emulation station! And I got all the parts for free yayyyyy
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