Available now (handled by our partners BetaGamma Computing in Greece). Please allow for shipping and processing delays due to Covid 19 and a recent cyber attack on the Greek post office. Please note that we can no longer accept mod/repair orders from UK customers (except NI).
All repair/modification work is carried out subject to our terms and conditions. Once you have placed your order, details of where to ship your hardware will be sent to your e-mail address. Prices do NOT include return postage.
Quality that CAN be measured!
The Super SD System 3 expansion (SSDS3), developed by TerraOnion, is a great little add-on device for your PC Engine/Supergrafx console. The SSD System 3 allows you to load both ROM images of Hucard games and ISO images of CD games, making it the prefect replacement for ageing and temperamental PC Engine optical drives. The unit also has RGB output, allowing you to easily connect to your OSSC or CRT television/monitor.
Unfortunately, TerraOnion rushed the device to market without proper testing, resulting in a unit with highly flawed RGB output. Rather than work with the community and fix these problems properly, they simply rushed out a second revision which improved some of the issues but still left a lot to be desired. This second revision was the best users could expect, until now.
The FU-RGB bypass board is the culmination of hundreds of hours of research by our friends over at Mobius Strip tech and Voultar LLC. It is designed to properly drive both composite video and RGBS in the Super SD System 3. This circuit should provide the same or in most cases improved video output compared to the original video circuit.
By purchasing this service and sending us your SSDS3 unit, we will professionally install and test the FU-RGB into your Super SD System 3 expansion. You can then enjoy improved, noise free RGB output from your Super SD System 3 expansion. The price includes the FU-RGB board itself and installation.
We also recommend installing the SSDS3 Stereo Bypass Amp Kit to fix issues with audio on the SSDS3 unit.