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I was also born in 1990. So If I had to pick, I'd say 10 years earlier. The 80s sound like such a bad ass time! I really really loved the 90s, we were the first computer era, and we finally got to experience 3D gaming as well. But I could have gotten all taht, and the big gaming spark if I had been born in the 80s.
Hey there Gamespot, I have a special request of anyone at all, who would be interested in purchasing a copy of Tetris Attack on the Super Nintendo.
I had paid out on two bids for Tetris attack, and I have already won on one of them, and now I'm going to have to pay for a second copy of it, which I don't want very much. My highest bid is only 3 dollars, and the shipping is only $2.50, but I am paying with an online Savings account, and I have actually been charged with excess activitiy fees, meaning everytime that I exchange money online, I have to pay the bank $10...
Here is the link.--------> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&item=330339823094
Please take note that this bidding ends in approximately 9 hours from now. It is currently 10:12 now Central Time.
Please if anyone would like this game, or would just love to save my butt, please outbid me on this game. My highest bit is $3.00. It is currently at only .99cents, so please be aware of that.
Thank you to anyone to helps you, you will have saved me a lot of trouble.
What exactly is Dolby Surround, in realtion to Dolby Pro Logic?
From what I've found Dolby Surround is how a source's sound is encoded, and a Dolby Pro Logic is the decoder that opens up the Stereo sound into 4 channel surround sound.
Another question I had was, will a Pro Logic II receiver, accept a Dolby Surround, or Pro Logic source and decode it correctly, and by that I mean will the rear speakers still run a correct mono track?
My dad has a Kenwood KR-V7040(the front of it is labelled with a Dolby Surround * Pro Logic * Time Link logo), that I'm interested in using, since he doesn't actually use any surround sound content, and he can't even get all 5 speakers to work, but maybe I could ;). I'm mainly wanting to see how Nintendo 64 games sound with it.
Any help at all greatly appreciated. I am still very new at the world of surround sound!
So a few years ago I purchased a Pelican System Switcher(The standard, not the Pro), and I have all different consoles, that I use different video outs for, Composite, S-video and Component. I know the quality of the cables that comply with the console are only capable of so much, but would buying higher quality cables for my System Switcher to the Tv possibly give me a better picture?
There isn't really a big problem with video, but I do occasionally notice flicker. Especially on my Playstation (S-video) and my PS2 (Component), and Xbox (Component).
Any help at all greatly appreciated.
When we tiled our kitchen about a decade ago, we had several tiles left over, my mom suggested using tiles for things that sit on the floor and cause heat.
I've used my N64, Sega Saturn, my PC's External Harddrive, our Wireless router, and currently I have an Xbox, and my 360's power brick placed on one each.
They are unsightly, unless tucked away.Either way, they're much safer than putting the heat sources straight onto the carpet, or entertainment center wood.