SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by grossaffe » Tue Mar 17, 2009 2:53 pm

I just realized a retro duo would be awesome in a toaster. has that been done?

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Post by Basement_Modder » Tue Mar 17, 2009 3:19 pm

OMGWTF!?!?!

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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by vomitsaw » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:50 pm

DK wrote:I think the Mario problem is caused by the wires connecting the cart slot to the mobo being too long. Awesome mod though.
Yeah, I hear ya. Those shots aren't showing everything exactly how it is today. I actually ended up shortening the wires down to around 3.5" and it helps, but still not perfect and unfortunately can't cut them any shorter for this toaster. :/ I've already accepted it for what it is and kept that in mind for the future.
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Post by vomitsaw » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:51 pm

Rekarp wrote:Doh that is such an awesome mod! :mrgreen:
Heh, thanks!
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by bacteria » Wed Mar 18, 2009 2:33 am

Love the nutty video, very amusing!

Using a toaster gives you plenty of space to fit many types of systems as there is lots of space inside!
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by vomitsaw » Wed Mar 18, 2009 11:17 pm

bacteria wrote:Love the nutty video, very amusing!

Using a toaster gives you plenty of space to fit many types of systems as there is lots of space inside!
Heheh, thanks! :D

Yeah, it started as a joke but seems to have caught on. :lol: The great thing is, you can usually get a brand new toaster for well under $10. Beats the hell out of projects boxes in my humble opinion. I've even started thinking about the possibilities of the 4-slot ones. Hmmm...
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by Twilight Wolf » Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:06 am

If you could pull it off, a Super Genintari in a four-slot toaster would be epic.
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by bacteria » Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:23 am

Only downside to using toasters of course is that they are not portables, however, that doesn't matter to you so that's fine.

Four slot system - great idea, NES, SNES (both of RetroDuo for size), Genesis, N64 or SMS - only caveat I think is that you need to consider using ONE controller for all systems you use in it rather than having to swap them over; also having to incorporate four controller plugs would be unweldy. One controller, one cable. It would mean making your own controller to do this, but I think the result would be quite special.
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by vomitsaw » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:41 pm

Twilight Wolf wrote:If you could pull it off, a Super Genintari in a four-slot toaster would be epic.
Heheh, yeah. That'd be pretty awesome. :) Difficult and cramped, but not impossible.
bacteria wrote:Four slot system - great idea, NES, SNES (both of RetroDuo for size), Genesis, N64 or SMS - only caveat I think is that you need to consider using ONE controller for all systems you use in it rather than having to swap them over; also having to incorporate four controller plugs would be unweldy. One controller, one cable. It would mean making your own controller to do this, but I think the result would be quite special.
Yep. You'd need the retroduo systems for nes/snes, the Genesis 3, and I'm not what I'd do about the N64 though. I understand that board in fairly large, right?
And yes, I have indeed given thought to a cusom/universal controller for a system like that. Not exactly sure how it'd be implemented, but again I'm sure it's not impossible. :)
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Post by nevermind1534 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:40 pm

The NES and SNES controllers are compatible with each other.
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by vomitsaw » Thu Mar 19, 2009 3:25 pm

nevermind1534 wrote:The NES and SNES controllers are compatible with each other.
That's true, but things get a little hairy when you start tossing the Genesis and N64 into the mix.
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Post by bacteria » Thu Mar 19, 2009 3:48 pm

It would mean having a thicker controller incorporating the (reduced) boards inside, and keeping the grounds separate.

The N64 board isn't that big, should fit fine in your toaster.
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Post by collinE » Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:04 pm

really cool, man. I like it.
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by eurddrue » Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:11 pm

bacteria wrote:It would mean having a thicker controller incorporating the (reduced) boards inside, and keeping the grounds separate.

The N64 board isn't that big, should fit fine in your toaster.
especially if you make it as small as sifuf did :lol:
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Re: SUPER NINTOASTER! (Exactly how it sounds)

Post by vomitsaw » Fri Mar 20, 2009 12:09 am

eurddrue wrote:
bacteria wrote:It would mean having a thicker controller incorporating the (reduced) boards inside, and keeping the grounds separate.

The N64 board isn't that big, should fit fine in your toaster.
especially if you make it as small as sifuf did :lol:

Holy crap, I dunno that I'd have the patience to do what he did. o___o That's still some of the craziest micro-solder-surgery I've ever seen. I suppose I COULD, but I'd probably go crazy in the process.
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