Krikzz’ awesome plug and play A/V adapter called the EDFX is now in stock and available at SaG. This device is compatible with all PCE & TG-16 consoles that include the pin connector in back and outputs RGB, composite video and stereo audio via a Genesis 2 MiniDIN. The version SaG is selling also comes with Humble Bazooka‘s 3D-printed case. The price starts at $60 without the shell, but I strongly recommend adding that (4 colors available!) and you can also add-on quality cables like HD Retrovision and RGB SCART, right from the same page:
It’s my opinion that this is the new go-to, plug and play device for PCE/TG-16 consoles! It’s high-quality, fairly priced and does everything you’d want. It also has the ability to get stereo audio from CD soundtracks, via the not-included TEDPro, no mod required!
Also, I performed MD Fourier audio testing on the EDFX and it was great! It looks like Krikzz modeled it against the SCDROM2 and you can expect stable, consistent performance. Of course, you can always change the settings to whatever you’d like, but here’s what I used. Oh and make sure to change the Audio Output to Stereo as shown here, otherwise you’ll still get mono, even with the EDFX:
Below is real-time testing of the EDFX, as well as a demo to hear how it sounds! The stream was broken into two parts, due to a system crash, but all the details are there, if you’re the type to enjoy a deep technical stream. Fair warning: Most people will find the stream boring…but my fellow nerds may appreciate it!