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    Default MSDEXP (MegaSD Expansion Adapter)



    The MSDEXP allows you to connect your MegaSD cartridge to the expansion slot on the side of your MegaDrive(Genesis) 1 or 2, or your Analogue MegaSG. From the expansion slot you are able to play standard SegaCD games without needing to remove the 32X from your system. With the 32X attached, to your console cartridge slot, you can also play 32XCD games.

    https://mobiusstriptechnologies.com/product/msdexp/
    This thing looks wild, I JUST bought a MegaEverdrive Pro as well and I'm hoping it will also be compatible with this eventually.
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    Cool item though I'm fine removing the 32x!

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    How would this even work? You can't connect the 32X to a Mega SG.

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    You can with the DAC and an special cable.

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    Isn't that several years late? IIRC they promised it soon after the cart's launch.

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    Iíve been waiting for this, taking the 32x in and out is a pain !

    Is this not official Terraonion though ?

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    Arrggh ! They donít ship to the UK, presumably some complications following Brexit.
    Hopefully this is something that changes in the future or we can purchase via another provider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melf View Post
    Imagine seeing this pic in a magazine in 1994
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    Quote Originally Posted by chilled View Post
    Imagine seeing this pic in a magazine in 1994
    I literally had a CDX + 32X in 1994. This monstrosity looks huge by comparison.
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    everyone knows nintendo is far way cooler than sega just face it nintendo has more better games and originals

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    This look cool. However I don't know if I would trade in the sms+gen support from the Mega SD, to play 4 crappy CD 32x games :P. The nice thing is to keep the 32x connected to play 32x via another flashcard. But the 32x video/audioput isn't that clear as directly from my model 1.
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    Honestly, if I ever upgrade my flashcart, I think I'll wait for someone to create one that also emulates the 32x (with a cable thingy or something). If I am to cross the just-play-on-your-system-but-run-through-a-modern-cpu thing (as it's the case with any flashcart that plays CD games without Sega CD attached), I'm more interested in the 32x library than anything else (aside from the regular CD library of course). I just want a flashcart that chews through the whole 8 to 16+ bit era of the company. Could even implement sg-1000 video output through that cable hehe.
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