Welcome to RetroRGB, the site dedicated to keeping everyone up-to-date with everything the retro-gaming world has to offer!

Beginners are encouraged to check out the RGB Guide, anyone looking for console mods or technical info should go right to the Console Info & Mods section for guides, upgrade reviews and lots more!

…and of course, check out the news below and listen to the Weekly Roundup podcast that summarizes everything that’s been going on in the past week

Bob

Super Mario World 16:9 Hacks Released

Vitor Vilela has officially released the latest edition of the Super Mario World widescreen patches, supporting 16:9/16:10/2:1/18:9/18.5:9 aspect ratios.  We first covered the beta a few months ago and it’s shaped up to be a pretty flawless experience, that’s perfect for people using software emulation.  Another cool bonus is an option for “pixel stretching”, which […]

Bob

Analogue DAC 3D Printed Case

John from Space Pirate Prints has just started selling a 3D printed case for the Analogue DAC, offering a wide variety of color choices for both the case and the lettering colors.  While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the original DAC case, the clear plexi shell doesn’t really match the aesthetics of Analogue’s other products, […]

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2nd Round of RetroTINK 5x Orders

Mike Chi has announced that the second batch of RetroTINK 5x’s will go on sale this Saturday, July 24th at noon NYC-time (4pm GMT) for everyone except UK;  UK folks will have a special checkout link which will be live one hour later, at 6pm UK local time.  Limit 1 per person. Purchase yours here:  https://www.retrotink.com/product-page/5x-pro UK Purchase link:  […]

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Weekly Roundup #262

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify and many others as well as direct-download: If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to […]

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RetroTINK 5x Firmware Update v1.55

Mike Chi has just released a new firmware update for the RetroTINK 5x, that includes “LCD style” scanlines, tweaked automatic phase detection…and something previously thought to be impossible:  Certain modes with 240p processing, that matches the 4:4:4 colorspace output that the OSSC provides!  That’s right, in some scenarios, the output will now equal the OSSC’s!  […]

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Interview with Martin Hejnfelt

Here’s an interview with the creator of the 129x and 68x “homebrew” input cards for Sony BVM/PVM monitors.  Anyone who’s into retro CRT monitors has probably heard Martin’s name quite a few times over the past few years and it was an absolute pleasure to interview him.  As usual, it’s a very laid back conversation […]

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Reverse-Engineered BKM-68x

The elusive BKM-68x, is an RGB & Component Video input card for A-Series Sony BVM monitors.  They’re impossible to find and usually sell for between $2000 – $3000…but not anymore!  Developer Martin Hejnfelt has successfully reverse-engineered the 68x and it performs EVEN BETTER than the original!  Please check out the video for all the details […]