Mazonemayu's Collection

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jalvarez82
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#71 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:30 pm

I would really love to drink my coffee every morning in that Dreamcast mug. Freakin' jealous, man.

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Raen
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#72 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 5:41 pm

Did any of you ever seen an official DC wrist watch?

I know of a place that has one brand new still in it's case (a blue tin).

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popinadam
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#73 » Thu Oct 31, 2013 12:47 am

Any tips on finding one of those Hais Arcade Sticks anywhere?

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mazonemayu
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#74 » Thu Oct 31, 2013 6:07 am

nope, I've bought it new in a shop in 2000 or so; haven't seen em since.
We are SEGA generation.

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PAL/EU complete
NTSC/US complete
310 JAP games to go

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mazonemayu
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#75 » Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:57 am

small update:

Redux Special Edition & Neo Xyx Collectors box+shirt
We are SEGA generation.

my collection
vids

PAL/EU complete
NTSC/US complete
310 JAP games to go

Maximilian1st
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#76 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 7:36 am

mazonemayu wrote:...
PAL Hardware

PAL Model 1 & 2 Dreamcast

...

Hi, would you please be so kind to post or send me a picture of the back of both these model 1 and 2 Dreamcasts? And could you have a look on the box if the model number changes also? The most frequent model number is 800-0006-50, does it change from one model to the other?

Thank you in advance for the kind answer,
Max.

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mazonemayu
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#77 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 9:55 am

boxes both have the same numbers on them, not much to see on the outside either, however when you open the consoles, one has a metal fan case and original gdrom drive (which I threw out last week, since it finally died), the other one has a plastic fan case & a samsung (or yamaha, can't remember exactly) laser

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We are SEGA generation.

my collection
vids

PAL/EU complete
NTSC/US complete
310 JAP games to go

Maximilian1st
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#78 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 1:22 pm

So the only difference on the back of the console might be the C and E letters on the bottom right, is that it? I thought the little number one in a circle was later changed in a 2 but I never saw any of these.

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mazonemayu
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#79 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 1:46 pm

yep, it doesn't really say anything on the back, only when you take it apart. if you don't want to do that, you can also shine in the fan hole on the side, with a flashlight. you'll see the silver (or black, depending on your model) metal casing of the fan. seems they used better (quality) parts for the earlier machines
We are SEGA generation.

my collection
vids

PAL/EU complete
NTSC/US complete
310 JAP games to go

Maximilian1st
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Re: Mazonemayu's Collection

Post#80 » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:55 am

According to this forum post http://www.epforums.org/showthread.php? ... patibility the PAL consoles are all version 1 and thus MIL-CD compatible.
The only differences we have are the production date and country of production.

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