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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by ninjainspandex Tue Apr 29, 2014 3:45 pm

So the reveal is tommorow, as promised.
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by bmoc Wed Apr 30, 2014 1:01 pm

The website appears to be undergoing some changes. Possible release date of 5/5/14? Maybe we will know more later today?
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by ninjainspandex Mon May 05, 2014 1:05 pm

well it is available for preorder now, but for $500? :shock: http://analogueinteractive.com/products/analogue-nt
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by fastbilly1 Mon May 05, 2014 1:07 pm

I was expecting the $400-600 range. It is out of my budget for now, but one day soon I will have one.
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by samsonlonghair Mon May 05, 2014 1:13 pm

Sticker shock.

Five hundred dollars off the bat, plus fifty bucks more if I want it to be blue (or any color other than white), plus another fifty bucks for HDMI. So we're up to six hundred dollars. I haven't even looked at shipping yet. This is far outside my price range.
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by Stark Mon May 05, 2014 1:16 pm

Good lord.
Let strength be granted, so the world might be mended...so the world might be mended.
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by ninjainspandex Mon May 05, 2014 1:17 pm

I'm confused why they are charging $50-$30 for regular NES controllers. did he make them wireless?
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by Opa Opa Mon May 05, 2014 1:40 pm

Stark wrote:Good lord.

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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by mjmjr25 Mon May 05, 2014 1:55 pm

Very disappointed to see original systems are in fact being harvested. Can't support :/

This isn't like CMVS's where there are both unused / overstock motherboards as well as motherboards pulled from dead or other reappropriated arcade cabinets. This is something entirely different and I was holding out hope it had been accomplished via other means.

I dont' know what the aluminum costs and I have no doubt tons of research hours and now manufacturing hours must be considered, so the price itself is probably fair.

The controllers and add-on cables seem high, but it's a business and we're free to buy or not buy.
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Re: Analogue Nt: an RGB NES/Famicom. No Emulation. Hi-Fi.

by GryeDor Mon May 05, 2014 2:05 pm

bummer, i doubt now that i'll ever get one, if for no other reason than the price tag alone. Milling out a solid aluminum block seems excessive, but i've always kind of seen these as the oppulance of gaming, if you can afford it, go for it.

The main interest i had was for the famicom and disk system, but based on the photo it looks to only support the fds as it's pre-existing attachment, rather than a built-in drive which is what I was expecting. For the price, i'd rather just buy an original famicom and disk system.
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