No amount of modifications will fix the sound problems with these units. The problem is in the emulator that runs on these systems. And there's no way to change that.
I don't understand how anyone who's played a real Genesis can think the sound coming out of an atgames clone is anything other than putrid.
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What the hell is the point of advertising the built-in Capcom games when this thing has an SD card slot that lets you load whatever roms you want... including Capcom games.
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I thought about picking up the 80 games thing at a Rite Aid Black Friday sale for the hell of it because it was only $30 but I'd rather not support AtGames with any money and it really wasn't worth going out on Black Friday for.
AtGames hardware isn't a revision of previous clones, it's a brand new piece of shit system that uses an ARM chip and a bad emulator.
Why is it so hard for them to properly emulate hardware from 1988? Geeze!
You're joking right? You are actually going to tell someone that knows about these units that these are two completely different units totally unrelated to each other?
They all use the FireCore emulation hardware, they all have the same crap sound, they are all sub-licensed from AtGames and manufactured by Hantat technologies.
Look, I realize that these units are seen as blasphemous in the genesis community. Everyone hates the sound including myself. As i already mentioned before, i'm a tinkerer and I'm going to continue messing around with these crappy consoles until I'm tired of it and chuck it in the trash. With that said, your posts are not only flat out wrong, they show a pretty high level of ignorance about the actual hardware.
Here's a pic of a radica unit. So far i don't see any signs of that "real hardware" you are talking about.
Last edited by 404; 11-27-2012 at 03:17 PM. Reason: for teh lulz
The Radica Hardware uses a Genesis on a Chip last I checked. That's pretty much the same thing as real hardware as far as we are concerned in this discussion. The Firecore systems don't use a GOAC or actual real chips. They use a 32-bit ARM CPU and run a bad emulator on it.
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Radica were the ones responsible for the first incarnation of the hardware that subsequently changed over time.
The hardware has nothing in common. Radica's clones used a Genesis on a Chip. AtGames hardware uses an ARM CPU running an emulator. The two have nothing in common. The lawsuit most likely has to do with the Genesis logo and games, not the hardware.
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