My classic gaming setup

Discussion in 'Console Games' started by Anonymous Freak, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Anonymous Freak macrumors 603

    Anonymous Freak

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    Recently got an older Sony "Professional Video Monitor" display off Craigslist for next to nothing (the casing is all beat up, but the CRT itself works flawlessly.)

    So, decided to move the GameCube out of the spare room to my home office, and dig the original Xbox out of the basement.

    I'll have to find my other vintage game systems (Atari 2600, Intellivision, NES, SNES, Genesis) to hook up, as well. But *MAN* do GC and Xbox games look amazing on this little bad boy! It supports RGB input, so I'll have to get the RGB mods for the SNES and Genesis.

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  2. xtempo macrumors 6502

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    nice! I had one but unforantlhy I got rid of it since then I have been kicking myself since it was like yours a good Sony PVM
     
  3. J. Edmonds macrumors newbie

    J. Edmonds

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    Ever tried assembling a PC gaming rig? I want to move from XBox to PC gaming but I ain't sure about the budget. I have this PC gaming assembly review http://www.gamingreporter.com/the-best-gaming-pc-configuration-under-500/ but I am not sure with the prices yet. From my cart, it exceeds $500..anyone with suggestions and insights that would help me get an average PC gaming for FIFA 18 and Photoshop...that's all.
     
  4. 16BitArcadeGraphics macrumors newbie

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    these sony pvm's are really the only way to go if you want to play classic systems. the nes zelda looks so nice on a pvm. each pixel is clearly drawn and so well differentiated from everything else.
     

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