Includes PS2, Xbox 1, GameCube (but not the Phantom Game Console)
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Many of you know that I was vauge on the details of the PS2 power supply design, and now I'll tell you why. Though I could get it to work, I decided to go for a simpler design, and I have found one. by using a 555 timer chip and a few 7473 J-K Flip-Flop chips, I think I can get a latched signal somewhere between 3 Centihertz and 2 Decihertz. If I need to tweak it, I can always use a 7404 inverter chip and some 74192 decade counters. ^^ Hopefully the final design will be made public soon. ^^ As of right now, I will have to completely re-design the digital swap circuit, but it will be worth it.
And I think he was talking about that 6 months ago. Im sure hes moved on to something else.
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