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got the SNES and GameCube set up on the crt and native analog 480i streaming without an Xbox or ps3

old shows look great over this setup, nothing is squished and it also has dlna steaming

Old 4:3 anime looks especially good.





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Quality cuck shed.


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Nice retro vibes


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This is not the greatest sig in the world, no. This is just a tribute.
Ah, television in 4:3, just like God intended.


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Ah, television in 4:3, just like God intended.
Zack Snyder said that it's just the right way


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So how hot does it get?


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So how hot does it get?
it was pretty hot this summer

I bought some cement board to do the ceiling this autumn, then I'll put in some insulation in the walls in the spring

I put an old ac in the window, but I'll probably be buying a new one when I do the insulation

the building itself is on a concrete slab, so it's already staying cooler even though it's still 90° some days
Last Edit: October 01, 2023, 08:52:12 PM by Solonoid


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That table though… look underneath and tell me who makes it.


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That table though… look underneath and tell me who makes it.
I think Christopher Knight, it's made of rubberwood.


 
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more than looking good, playing old games on a CRT is especially great because of the reduced input lag, making games like Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! significantly more enjoyable

that being said, you should consider adding an NES to this setup
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more than looking good, playing old games on a CRT is especially great because of the reduced input lag, making games like Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! significantly more enjoyable

that being said, you should consider adding an NES to this setup
I didn't have an NES when I was a kid but my buddies said the same thing

probably gonna get a genesis first

edit: also yeah punchout is basically unplayable after a certain point on any modern panel technology other than OLED, and the game wouldn't look anywhere near as good as it does on CRT
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Looks cozy in a beat down kind of way. That your home or some kind of hobby project?

I have an idea for you if you want. The building I'm staying in is 100 years old. Same sawdust insulation in it when it was originally built. This building is both stupid hot in the summer and cold in the winter. I've no money, but I think I found a way to make wall insulation out of scavenged plastic.

The theory is, take two sheets of plastic and seal them together to make an air pocket. Could leave it at that, but my idea is this. Stick an air valve in the plastic and suck out 80-90% of the air between the sheets. Vacuum or near vacuum makes a great insulator because there's nothing to conduct heat.

I've been building batteries out of screws and nails of two types and using water as an electrolyte to power smaller things in the house. Dunno about you, but I don't count on power grids very much lately. If you want, once I've tinkered with the prototypes a bit and find out their duration limits, I could give you specs on them. Good chance you could power some shit in that shed with it.


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Looks cozy in a beat down kind of way. That your home or some kind of hobby project?

I have an idea for you if you want. The building I'm staying in is 100 years old. Same sawdust insulation in it when it was originally built. This building is both stupid hot in the summer and cold in the winter. I've no money, but I think I found a way to make wall insulation out of scavenged plastic.

The theory is, take two sheets of plastic and seal them together to make an air pocket. Could leave it at that, but my idea is this. Stick an air valve in the plastic and suck out 80-90% of the air between the sheets. Vacuum or near vacuum makes a great insulator because there's nothing to conduct heat.

I've been building batteries out of screws and nails of two types and using water as an electrolyte to power smaller things in the house. Dunno about you, but I don't count on power grids very much lately. If you want, once I've tinkered with the prototypes a bit and find out their duration limits, I could give you specs on them. Good chance you could power some shit in that shed with it.
No, it's just our smoke and drink spot, there's also a house on the property that was built in 1920.

I recommend you look into aerogel insulation solutions, you can actually just paint it on and then reuse your existing insulation as a fill. My plan for this little building is to put up a cementboard ceiling, then paint my walls with Rova Shield, then insulate with cermic fiber. If you have a metal roof you can also paint it with a solar reflective aerogel. Unfortunately mine is tar shingles.


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Looks cozy in a beat down kind of way. That your home or some kind of hobby project?

I have an idea for you if you want. The building I'm staying in is 100 years old. Same sawdust insulation in it when it was originally built. This building is both stupid hot in the summer and cold in the winter. I've no money, but I think I found a way to make wall insulation out of scavenged plastic.

The theory is, take two sheets of plastic and seal them together to make an air pocket. Could leave it at that, but my idea is this. Stick an air valve in the plastic and suck out 80-90% of the air between the sheets. Vacuum or near vacuum makes a great insulator because there's nothing to conduct heat.

I've been building batteries out of screws and nails of two types and using water as an electrolyte to power smaller things in the house. Dunno about you, but I don't count on power grids very much lately. If you want, once I've tinkered with the prototypes a bit and find out their duration limits, I could give you specs on them. Good chance you could power some shit in that shed with it.
No, it's just our smoke and drink spot, there's also a house on the property that was built in 1920.

I recommend you look into aerogel insulation solutions, you can actually just paint it on and then reuse your existing insulation as a fill. My plan for this little building is to put up a cementboard ceiling, then paint my walls with Rova Shield, then insulate with cermic fiber. If you have a metal roof you can also paint it with a solar reflective aerogel. Unfortunately mine is tar shingles.

Would imply that I have money to buy that stuff. I don't. I have just enough to pay the mortgage every month, and buy 20 days of food for the month. My roof is reflective yes, if ugly as sin. I used scavenged industrial strength farming plastic layered twice over each other and made roof panels with the white side up.

All things considered, it's a nice hangout spot you've got. Like a firepit without getting eaten alive by bugs in the summer.


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looks cool, i hope to have something like that someday


 
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Dam that's a nice shed