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HD Fury Vertex2 & Diva Tested

I recently tested two products from HDFury:  The ‘Vertex2’ and the ‘Diva’.  These are pro-level HDMI devices that are complicated to use, but provide an amazing amount of control over the signal.  Each device offers 4-in, 2-out HDMI matrix switching capabilities, full control over EDID and up/downscaling between 4K and 1080p.  These products are for […]

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FXPak Pro Official Firmware v1.11.0 (beta 1)

Ikari recently released an “official beta” firmware for the FXPak / SD2SNES that integrates all the really awesome additions that community developers have added over the past few years.  This includes Super Game Boy support, savestates and quite a lot more!  While it’s still in beta, the firmware seems very stable, so I suggest everyone […]

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Super Mario World 16:9 Hacks Released

Vitor Vilela has officially released the latest edition of the Super Mario World widescreen patches, supporting 16:9/16:10/2:1/18:9/18.5:9 aspect ratios.  We first covered the beta a few months ago and it’s shaped up to be a pretty flawless experience, that’s perfect for people using software emulation.  Another cool bonus is an option for “pixel stretching”, which […]

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Analogue DAC 3D Printed Case

John from Space Pirate Prints has just started selling a 3D printed case for the Analogue DAC, offering a wide variety of color choices for both the case and the lettering colors.  While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the original DAC case, the clear plexi shell doesn’t really match the aesthetics of Analogue’s other products, […]

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Weekly Roundup #262

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify and many others as well as direct-download: If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to […]

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RetroTINK 5x Firmware Update v1.55

Mike Chi has just released a new firmware update for the RetroTINK 5x, that includes “LCD style” scanlines, tweaked automatic phase detection…and something previously thought to be impossible:  Certain modes with 240p processing, that matches the 4:4:4 colorspace output that the OSSC provides!  That’s right, in some scenarios, the output will now equal the OSSC’s!  […]