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Red Button Agency A600 4 Player adaptor and SEGA pads
Red Button Agency A600  4 Player adaptor and SEGA pads
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Description: Here it is with the 4 player adaptor and a 2 Gigabyte PCMCIA card (a mini harddrive with moving parts)
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Posted by: leirbag28 at September 27, 2006, 08:11:24 PM

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Comments (6)

May 22, 2015, 05:27:49 PM
Caught my eye on the front page, from a zoomed out perspective it has a Spectrum+ look to it, which is why it piqued my interest to click on it. Looks great, agree that A600 looks good in black.
January 18, 2008, 02:50:27 AM
Awesome, black looks good on the old miggy.
March 28, 2007, 02:14:51 AM
Good painting job.

And a nice machine, indeed.:-o Must have a '030 with some memory inside to fullfill the case.
January 31, 2007, 12:43:34 AM

Its as simple as connecting to a VCR more or less if you get a headphone type jack to RCA/Composite convertor. I know the screen looks funny in this picture because of the reflection of light, but its a full color screen from a Sony Playstation PSONE.


I just labeled all the keys underneath before i spray painted them all...then I placed them back and put black Keyboard letters I purchased at a computer store......these stickers were specifically for putting Korean character equivalents onto the keys for Korean speakers. But as you can see they still contain the english characters too. I have yet to coat the entire machine with a Matte clear finish so that everything is protected and so the stickers stay on.
January 13, 2007, 11:01:16 PM
Topp modding mate. how did you conncet the mouse pad, and what process did you use to paint the case and keys black, let alone letter them. :-o  :-o
November 26, 2006, 04:57:53 PM
Is that screen from a PSX? How involved is it to get it to work on an A600? Is it the same as getting it to work with a VCR, for example? Does it work as a real monitor or is it just for displaying track titles and stuff?

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