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I have original TG16 it was my  cousins and everything he owned was kept like new, even now after all these years. So I connect it using the original cable and I also have and tried HDMI converter, I ain't got it all hooked up turns on but the screen is black and is no sound.
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After a few years taking a break, I finally decided to get back to reviewing NEC PC-88 games on Youtube. This time I'm doing an RPG that we all know and love on our Turbo. I compare the PC-88 version to the Turbo version several times in the video. Hope you guys like it.

https://youtu.be/Qt9AkcIko7w
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TG-16/TE/TurboDuo Discussion / Re: turboduo manual supplements
« Last post by Necromancer on April 14, 2021, 09:41:01 PM »
I only have the second one.  I guess they didn't all come with both, as I can't imagine that I'd have chucked that one sheet yet kept everything else.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/rjjkitfgfpdw7r3/manual.pdf/file

I hope that's good enough for ya.
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oh my foocking god do I love that disc art!! <3   I don't care if the game plays like an 80 year old witch's vaginal flabs slapping the inside of her thighs as she runs across the dining room to turn the volume up on Matlock, I am ULTRA excited just for the packaging!  Thanks DK!!! <3

 :lol: :lol: :lol:

Seriously, though. All the packaging looks gorgeous.

And now you lucky blokes are getting your orders in the mail!!  OMG, NEW PCE OBEY IN THE SPRING!!

Sorry, I'm like way overly excited for new Turbo games!!  Everyone should check in here when their goodies arrive! 
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I can turn up the volume however it doesn't really help too much as there's still little to no low end.

I'll have to go over the board with a meter and hope I can find something...


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TG/PCE Repair/Mod Discussion / Re: PC Engine IFU-30 (Interface Unit) Help
« Last post by majors on April 13, 2021, 06:31:15 PM »
A rather inelegant solution I thought may be to connect the EXT audio pins of the console to the IFU Phono sockets via a switch allowing me to remove the IFU sound circuitry when only playing Hu Card games though I'm not loving that idea.
Or just turn up the volume? Or is your setup not setup as such?

I have a stock briefcase that i only break out at shows, but I do not recall any audio low/high issues so not much help with you there.

I can 2nd that B.Lasers does sound soft, but it always had since 1989 :) I guess it's b/c of the driver or sound engine the programmers used.
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I've now tested playing hu card games with the console in the IFU, connected to the EXT Port RGB Adapter and using the built in DIN socket and found that some games are noticeably quieter and lacking bass when connected to the IFU.

for example The Legendary Axe has loud and full sound via all 3 outputs (IFU, RGB Adapter, DIN) however Soldier Blade sounds a lot quieter when connected to the former.

Does anyone have any experience with an IFU setup to know if this is normal?

A rather inelegant solution I thought may be to connect the EXT audio pins of the console to the IFU Phono sockets via a switch allowing me to remove the IFU sound circuitry when only playing Hu Card games though I'm not loving that idea.
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So I tried the games you mentioned and sure enough JJ is loud and Blazing Lasers is quiet like Soldier Blade. I tested Magical Chase too which is loud and clear.

I also tried the CD-Rom version of the 240p test suite and all the audio tests sound great and of equal volume.
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Hello, thank you for the reply.

I've only tested soldier blade via an everdrive. I've recently recapped the IFU though I hadn't used it enough before the recap to know if that affected it.
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TG/PCE Repair/Mod Discussion / Re: PC Engine IFU-30 (Interface Unit) Help
« Last post by Keith Courage on April 11, 2021, 11:33:39 PM »
What hu card games  have you tested? Some hu card games have very low audio compared to CD games while others are much louder in volume. Off the top of my head, JJ and Jeff is a loud one. Blazing Lazers is a quiet one.
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