Hardware Hacker gets Sony PlayStation Nintendo prototype up and running

Jul

25

2016

Hardware Hacker Ben Heckendorn has the Sony-Nintendo PlayStation prototype partly been working. Several problems that had both age as conscious barriers made to make sure the CD drive and the sound of the hybrid console was not working.

Ben Heckendorn took out a week ago in his YouTube show the unique console already completely apart to identify what all the equipment was in the house. The prototype had been working in conjunction with regular SNES cartridges and this week the man tries the rest of the console as much as possible to talk to get. The Sony PlayStation Nintendo was only a year ago discovered .

“Heck” this chapter of his work begins to combine the console by plugging one adapter to the block of a different adapter to get running the console. He then turns his attention to the newly added wiring on the inside. Initially, it replaces it to improve the quality of soldering, but later became part of the wiring shows precisely arranged to be to disable the CD drive of the console, probably not to give too much insight curious techies in special, unreleased console.

However, reversal of certain adjustments offers no solace. The problem with the CD drive appears to be a common problem: the capacitors on the PCB are outdated and no longer work properly. After this replacement simply want to start or the CD drive again. The problem is that no games on CDs are created for the Super Nintendo; the hybrid console was never released, and a planned single CD player for the Super Nintendo either. Audio CDs do not want to play the drive.

Heck said that a colleague “maybe” nevertheless are a game disc in the attic who would like to run on the prototype. Thus, the hardware hacker seems to be the possibility of a subsequent episode still open to let in this series. In its current state, in any case, the console prototype or homebrewsoftware be able to run.

Who the first part of the video series has not seen, does well to thereby begin .

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