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    Analogue Super Nt

    https://www.analogue.co/pages/super-nt/



    Just wondering if anyone here is planning on getting one of these? It seems like the most accurate version of the hardware and itís spitting out an HDMI signal; no messing with scalers.

    Last edited by _SD_; 08-02-2018 at 07:57 PM.

  2. #2
    Seems like a nice solution to me.

    Will say though, my 1CHIP via the OSSC looks mint.

  3. #3
    It's a nice, long term solution I think. All sfcs will eventually die so modern, accurate systems that can play the original games or even everdrives is great. Like speedy, my sfc plus ossc gives the same result so no need for me to get one but otherwise I'd be tempted.

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    Must admit itís very tempting. Iíd love to see it running on my OLED TV. Shame itís HDMI only out of the box for peeps that would rather use it with a CRT or SD plasma. Itís great the lengths theyíve went to for accuracy and zero lag but modern TVs will add some lag. There apparently will be an analogue AV adapter coming for it.

    Fingers crossed they do the Megadrive next. They could maybe clean up the audio output a bit while theyíre at it.

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by CMcK View Post
    Fingers crossed they do the Megadrive next. They could maybe clean up the audio output a bit while they’re at it.
    Yes defintely, there seems to loads of messing around to get a MD with decent AV. If the FPGA could also handle the Mega CD’s 68000 and Ricoh sound chip that would be awesome. But an HDMI MD console that’s more accurate than anything Sega, TecToy or anyone else has managed would be pretty cool.

    I’ve seen a work-in-progress Neo Geo FPGA system... I’d love for new Neo hardware with HDMI output and a built in SD card reader to save on needing a NeoSD too.

    As far as the Super Nt goes, my interest has certainly been piqued. I’m considering picking one up along with a few loose Japanese carts of my favourite games, everything else can run off an SD card.

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    Surely the FPGA used in the Super NT has plenty of space left on it if they can fit the 6Mbit Turrican ROM in there?

  7. #7
    Nice system for a fake system. Best of the fakes tho.

  8. #8
    From a preservation perspective these FPGA systems are arguably the way forward. Introducing compatibility with current and future displays will allow people to experience retro systems without needing to rely on decades old CRTs which will inevitably expire at some point.
    Is the Super NT really that different from a 1 chip SNES other than it not being manufactured by Nintendo? It’s more authentic than the ARM SOC and Linux based emulator Nintendo has been selling recently.

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by CMcK View Post
    Must admit itís very tempting. Iíd love to see it running on my OLED TV. Shame itís HDMI only out of the box for peeps that would rather use it with a CRT or SD plasma. Itís great the lengths theyíve went to for accuracy and zero lag but modern TVs will add some lag. There apparently will be an analogue AV adapter coming for it.

    Fingers crossed they do the Megadrive next. They could maybe clean up the audio output a bit while theyíre at it.
    I'm hoping for a MD version too.

    As for analogue out, in the video they say they are working on an external box that plugs to the hdmi to give rgb and composite as per the NT version, they only made this hdmi only to keep the cost down.

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    Seems like they did a great job with it. Count me in as someone that wants an all in one MD/MCD/32X version.

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