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 No.4525

These are three of my four Super Nintendo consoles. They all work. Two classic ones and one Junior.

I have another Junior somewhere, and it's not working but it's a cheap fix, so for less than $10 I could have four working Super Nintento consoles.

Insert, the Retro Advance Adaptador, which I don't own.

They're relatively cheap though, and I want one. But I don't know whether or not you can link the Retro Advance Adaptador to a regular GBA using the cable, or maybe even to other Retro Advance Adaptadors.

So I wanna ask before purchasing four Retro Advance Adaptadors, is it possible to link them?

Because I also can get four TV sets, and I have more than four friends.

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 No.4532

>>4525

pretty late but I don't think you can link them at all, plus It's sort of a shitty adapter anyways, it just leeches off the SNES for power, and has it's own video output.

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 No.4533

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>>4532

>it just leeches off the SNES for power

I know.

It's a GBA console clone, nothing else. But it looks like a great way to play original GBA cartridges on the TV, and in fact it may be the only way since my GameCube doesn't work any more.

I still have the GameBoy Player. but I don't have a working GameCube.

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 No.4534

>>4533

It might be, but you can only get composite out of it, supposed to Ave a short cable too. If you can find a cheap GameCube you can get a date media launcher and use game boy interface, it's supposed to be really good. Digital out is being improved too, but it's still pretty expensive to get mods.

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 No.4536

>>4534

I understand like half of what you said, but it sounds smart and cool.

Have a video or some sort of diagram?

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 No.4537

>>4534

I understand like half of what you said, but it sounds smart and cool.

Have a video or some sort of diagram?

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 No.4542

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>>4537

Here's a video going into detail about the video stuff. Basically, you can get a memory card you can put an SD in and load isos and homebrew, so you can buy the game boy player base (it's the cheaper part, the disc is more expensive), and either load the iso or use the homebrew game boy interface which still uses the game boy player but is supposed to be better.

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 No.4550

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>>4542

I found that video informative and stimulating.

Also, thanks for introducing me to the channel. I subscribed.

Anyway, that's fucking cool. I already have two Gameboy Player units (working perfectly), and at least one working GameCube.

But it seems that modding them would be expensive. Not that I don't want to (not that I saw the video, I reslly fuckin' want to mod them so they have HDMI) so for now, the cheaper and dirtier solution would have to be adaptors for the SNES.

Oh! Also, I have one of these! I've never used it, because I don't even know what it is.

I just bought it years ago.

What exactly can I do with this card?

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 No.4555

>>4550

You can get Swiss (I think) on it and then use that to load isos for games as well as game boy interface.

If you could find a GameCube for cheap even if you don't mod it you'd still probably be better off than with the adapter. I don't know how much each costs these days though.

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