I went to that site, but I gotta have a credit card to order stuff, and I have no credit card, so I guess I'm screwed. :( BTW, I know top-loaders kinda suck cuz they have no A/V out, I was gonna get one when I was younger but saw it had no A/V out and passed it up. That's why I want a Famicom clone, most of them have A/V out, and they're sometimes compatible with a NES. But thanks for the info!
> I want to warn you, top-loaders are very over-rated. First off the picture
> quality is low, I've noticed small black lines during some games, they come and
> go though. And there's no A/V output. They are also very hard to find and fetch
> high prices on ebay.
> What I recommend is to find a front-loader and replace the contacts in it. MCM
> Electronics http://www.i-mcm.com/welcome.jhtml has them, enter "Nintendo Type
> 72 Pin Connector" into the site's product search box. They work like a dream
> with new contacts. Trust me.
> If you want a clone try asking in rec.games.video.classic. Most are only 60 pin
> but you could always use a converter.
> > Anybody know where I could get a top-loading nes compatible system? Like a
> > famicom clone with the ability to play NES games? I've seen them, but I can't
> > find a site that sells them!