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    Default Super Nintendo Test Station Discussion (also test carts)

    Hey guys,

    I just got this SNES test station. As some of you may know I am really into demos and display stuff. I decided to bring this topic up mainly because of my newly acquired test station. It came with no wires of any sort, I know it will use the standard power supply from the snes but all other wires (pretty much) and how the system works is a mystery to me. I know some of you are very skilled with test carts/stations. So here is a picture to give imput on what I need (ala radioshack most likely) and a chance for you all to post other questions or pictures of your own multi-system test stations.



    Mike

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    Bumpo

    Anybody?

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    Try Assemblergames.com, they might know over there.


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    Any chance to get a close up of the ports?
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    Default snes test system

    The SNES test system is designed to "hook up" to the NES test station (like 1st genesis plus CD player). I have both, and I don't believe any mystery wires are necessary. I can check. The SNES test carts (I have three different ones) seem to work the same as the NES tast carts. I am no expert on SNES test centers, so take someone elses answer over mine....but I have the whole test center setup, and there doesn't seem to be anything else you need. Except, of course, the main NES test unit.
    just checking

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    Where did you get your hands on that test station? I am a SNES collector first and foremost. I'd love to get my hands on one of those.

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    I remember seeing an auction on eBay a while back w/ that pic. That is where you got it, right?

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    Indeed it was an ebay purchase. I got a great deal on it. And since the auction has ended I have had 3 different ebay buyers asking if they could buy it, I had a hih offer of $365 shipped. I didn't pay anywhere near that I was like WTF. Still cool toknow I caught somthin most forgot about

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    If I had the money...yeah, I'd pay $360 for that easy. Probably $600 isn't out of the question...

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    I never knew that it required the NES test station to work. I thought you just plugged the AV cables into the front of the unit.

    I dunno! Neat though.
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    This thread is like Ultimate Fighting for retards.

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    I'd thought too that it was designed to (Insert "be able to") hook up to the NES Tester

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