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I'll start off with the Saturn. Outsold the N64 there, everything's dirt cheap.

>> No.6046874

>>6046864
All of them. There is literally no reason to make this thread.

>> No.6046909

>>6046874
>N64 has joined the chat
On unrelated terms, how hard is it to hook up NTSC systems to PAL TVs nowadays. Would an upscaler do the job for me? Would I also have to worry about connecting an NTSC-J system to the mains without an adaptor? (UK)

>> No.6046930

>>6046909
4chan is not a search engine you mongoloid, it's not a place for you to ask asinine questions and be spoonfed answers.

>> No.6046939

>>6046930
stop being so mean to him :(

>> No.6046949

>>6046909
Generally speaking you can buy a different power cord and just play it without issue.
Most TVs, even budget ones, supported NTSC in the late 90s.

>> No.6046958

>>6046939
Eat a fat feminine tranny dick.

>> No.6046963

>>6046909
ninty-cables back then differed depending on region, and it can damage the system when mixed.

>> No.6046996

>>6046930
yeah stop being so mean asshole, its christmas soon

>> No.6047002

>>6046939
>>6046949
>>6046958
>>6046963
>>6046996
thank you based anons. Looking to get into retro now that I can afford it and the most daunting thing is actually hooking up everything nicely using a scaler, etc. So many fucking options and it's difficult to tell what's good and what's trash

>> No.6047051

Only killer is shipping. It is easy to go on a Yamatoku buying spree, winning CIB games for literally spare change up to maybe a few bucks, but their combined shipping fee jumps the total way up. Still can be a good deal, but shipping charges from Japan, be they real or inflated to make up for the dirt cheap sales prices, can screw you over in the end.

Not a system, but one thing to look for from Yahoo are Capcom arcade I/O boards.

>> No.6047056

>>6046864
never been to japan

>> No.6047127

What's the best middleman to order of Yahoo Japan with?

>> No.6047163 [DELETED] 

>>6046909
Most modern TVs support NTSC nowadays so composite should work but don't expect a good picture.
If you're upscaling on a new set then I'd suggest a RetroTink. I
f you're going down the CRT route I'd recommend looking for an early model N64 and getting an RGB mod.

The N64 PSU is an external PSU, so can just buy a PAL PSU and plug it in to and NTSC machine no problem.

if you're going down the CRT

>> No.6047169

>>6046909 #
Most modern TVs support NTSC nowadays so composite should work but don't expect a good picture.
If you're upscaling on a new set then I'd suggest a RetroTink.
If you're going down the CRT route I'd recommend looking for an early model N64 and getting an RGB mod.

The N64 PSU is an external PSU, so can just buy a PAL PSU and plug it in to and NTSC machine no problem.

>> No.6047185

>>6047127
Is what I hear about buyer being a rip off true?

>> No.6047204

>>6046864
How is $1,100 cheaper you turd brain?

>> No.6047250

>>6047204
You can't actually be this retarded

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6047253

>>6046958
the mouthfeel is different than a big daddy dick

>> No.6047376

>>6046864
All of them, especially CIB. I got most of my CIB US stuff in Japan and paid less than I would have for loose shit on eBay.

>>6046909
If your daddys TV is actually PAL only then you need to sacrifice a goat to the village witch doctor and pay bribes to the fat nigger who's mud hut serves as the "post office" to import.

>> No.6047515

>>6046909
>how hard is it to hook up NTSC systems to PAL TVs nowadays

damn near all PAL TVs have scart input, unless you have some really ghetto model from the 1980s, so it's pretty simple. And damn near all of them support NTSC 60hz signal decoding, since the sets are first made in japan/usa and then outfitted to handle pal+50hz... they don't remove the ntsc part, just add the pal one.

>> No.6047645

>>6047515
>zoom squawk baby want a cracker
Jesus kid

>> No.6047974

>>6047051
Yamatoku has too many puppet accounts bidding up his auctions to be that worthwhile. Still not bad on some stuff though.

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