1 chip MSX , What is the value?

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Par JRedmond3

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20-10-2010, 21:30

I have one and was thinking of selling, is that allowed on the forum?

Par wolf_

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20-10-2010, 21:34

yes, in the Trading & Collecting forum!

Par PereGR

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21-10-2010, 14:19

I have one and was thinking of selling, is that allowed on the forum?

I'm interested!!!

email me msx at ginabreda dot com

Par Ivan

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24-10-2010, 23:32

I have just spotted two 1chip MSXes on Yahoo Auctions Japan: link1 and link2.

Its production is over and there is still demand. What a pity!!! ;(

Par Bastiaan

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25-10-2010, 08:33

and 1 for sale in holland/marktplaats:

Par derebo

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07-11-2010, 09:13

Vampier, thank you for pointing out about dingoo. I hadn't learnt about it. Can you give a few more details about your personal opinion concerning dingoo. I read dingoo has AV-out which means something like "I can sit in couch and play MSX videogames in the home TV set" Smile I think prices for OCM are way too high...


Par derebo

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07-11-2010, 09:28

I mean, I did read http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingoo which looks quite intesting. Was more interested in a user personal opinion, if that's not too much asking ;)


Par cax

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07-11-2010, 13:40


If you manage to configure TV-OUT in Dingux (doable, but has it's quirks) you obviously can "sit in couch and play MSX videogames in the home TV set". I do it with my Dingoo A320 on 50" plasma TV.

And if you hate long cables, you may try Dingoo A330 - it has wireless joystick.

The only drawback on Dingoo is emulators limitations:
you have to choose between fixed keyboard mapping and absence of full-screen mode in openMSX-dingux
and incomplete emulation support / tv-out quirks caused by improper overclocking in dingux-msx (fMSX port).

Par yzi

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07-11-2010, 15:40

For playing MSX games on a TV, one of the best alternatives is BlueMSX-Wii for the Nintendo Wii's Homebrew Channel
The emulation is very accurate, it syncs to the TV display properly (as you'd expect from a gaming console), and it practically comes with a whole bunch of games (see the "Full Gamepack" download) set up in a nice menu structure.
If you don't have a Wii, the Dingoo is of course cheaper.

Par Manuel

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07-11-2010, 21:06

cax - keyboard mapping can partially be tweaked still (using bind commands), but not with some menu. Full screen mode: I think we had a discussion about that... in my opinion (and technically), openMSX always runs on full screen on Dingoo. fMSX just skips most of the borders.

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