Sega DREAMCAST w/ $800 in Upgrades & Improvements – Did we go too far?
Sega DREAMCAST w/ $800 in Upgrades & Improvements – Did we go too far?

– Hey guys, Metal Jesus here. Now, today I have something very cool to share with you. And that is a heavily modified and completely pimped out Sega Dreamcast. This thing looks pretty crazy, right? Well, all the tweaks and
modifications done to it literally add up to over $800. So, what does it do, and is it worth it? Let’s take a look. (heavy metal music) Now, before we get started, I do want to mention that the whole idea of this video came because I was emailed by this guy named Matt Forrester, who is a console modder,
and he sent me a video of this up and running,
and asked me if I wanted to do a video on it,
and of course I saw it and I was blown away, and I said, yes. But in the interest of transparency, I wanna let you know that I paid for all of the hardware and parts in this video, and then he gave me a
break on all of the labor. The first thing we talked about is, what custom aftermarket
shell we should use? Now, he originally mentioned that we could do some LEDs, and
because he said that, I was like, “Oh, well then we should “definitely go for clear.” Something that was a nice surprise is this Metal Jesus custom badge here. This is a really nice little touch, I didn’t know he was gonna do this, and I guess he got inspired by my logo, and 3D printed this. Yeah, I though it was pretty cool. Let’s go ahead and pop it open, and check out the changes
done on the inside. It’s hard to believe that the
Dreamcast is now 20 Years old. And so, one of the first
things that he does is systematically go through
the printed circuit board and replace all the capacitors with brand new ones,
and higher quality ones. This is gonna insure
that this Dreamcast runs for, yet another 20 years. The Dreamcast is region locked, which is a total bummer,
because so many great games only came out in Japan. Now, previously I was
able to get past this by doing a disk swap method. But for this he actually pulled off the old BIOS, and then replaced it with a region-free BIOS. He removed the old power supply that’s in the Dreamcast,
and then replaced it with a new one. Now, the reason why he did that is because the new power supply is basically of a higher quality,
it does cleaner power, and also it should make everything run a little bit cooler. But that new power supply
has a new plug type, so he had to replace that. But a nice little touch is, is that he actually 3D printed the
notch that that attaches to, so that way you can
actually see through it with the LEDs. Another thing he did to
keep the system cooler, is replace the fan, which is
quieter than the original, but that introduced a new problem, because it’s a little bit taller than the original fan, and this new one actually interferes with
the, open mechanism, on the top of the case. So, if you look closely
on the top of the case, he actually had to use
a third party solution, I guess it’s a 3D printed piece that has a little notch right there in the, open button
mechanism, to allow that fan to basically have room to work. There’s an LED driver, and I guess this comes in two different varieties, you can get a touch version of it, that allow you to control
the LEDs with touch, or you can install a Bluetooth option, which is what he went for here. Now, what’s cool about this, is that you can use an iPhone, or Android device, and then an app, to have much greater control over how these
LEDs look, and feel, and some of the special presentations that they offer. He did something really cool here that I wanted to point out, see this wavy kinda 3D printed piece of plastic here on the front, well, he did that so he could basically line up the LEDs perfectly,
so that you could see them through the controller ports on the front. It’s little details like
that that are pretty cool. Notice that we do have the
original drive still here. Now, what’s cool, is that he regreased all the gears and moving
parts, as well as replaced all the capacitors in it. Now, the reason why we
did that is because, as you guys know, I am a game collector, and I have a pretty decent
Dreamcast game collection. So, for this one I actually wanted to be able to keep it old school and be able to play my actual CDs. But you can absolutely put in an optical drive emulator,
and that’s a service that he does provide, by the way, and that would allow you
to basically just put disc images on an SD card and put your whole entire collection on here, but like I mentioned, I wanna keep this somewhat old school,
so that’s why are using the actual physical media. Oh, and here’s something
I’m so happy he did, he removed that old soldered on battery, and then replaced it with a socket. So now, when the battery goes dead, I can either use a rechargeable one or just go to the store and buy a new one. This is so nice. He also replaced the
fuse that sits underneath the front of the unit,
which I guess sometimes can blow out, I guess it’s
a real pain in the butt. So, for this one he actually installed a resettable fuse, so if
it blows a fuse next time, all I have to do is just power it off and then turn it back on. As you follow my pointer you can see that he has the LED strips all throughout the inside here. They’re really gonna light up all angles of this thing and make
it look really cool. Looking underneath the lid you see that it’s just ringed with LEDs, and they go around the
outside and then also on the inside around the drive. He’s not holding back on those LEDs, this is meant to get people’s attention. And this is what it looks like when you first turn it on. It’s in a demo mode, and it’s running through random presets, I think there’s over 100 of them here. It’s going from blinking
to changing from one shade to another, it’ll go in circles, it just does all these crazy patterns, it’s mesmerizing to watch. And like I said previously, one of the neat little
touches is the front, and you can actually see
the LEDs changing colors and doing their patterns
through the controller ports. Now, if you want control
over the LEDs, no problem, there’s actually a QR code on the bottom of the device, you just scan
it with your smartphone, you download the app,
and then once in the app you basically connect to it via Bluetooth. And in there you can
change basically anything that you want, you can
make it solid colors, you can change the brightness, it’s pretty much endless as
to the possibilities here. You can even have the LEDs react to music that is on your phone, or if you’re brave, turn on the microphone
and maybe recreate one of your favorite YouTube theme songs. (Metal Jesus vocalizes) Now, the big feature of this device, and definitely the most
expensive part of it, is the installation of the DCHDMI kit. This is a dedicated FPGA solution that’s directly soldered
onto your Dreamcast, actually underneath the
main circuit board there. You can’t actually see it from this angle, because like I said, it’s underneath, but you can see its
flex cable, right there, and I’ll put, on the screen, some photos that he took while he was
actually installing it. It doesn’t look like it’s a job for someone who is an amateur
when it comes to soldering, but if you are comfortable
soldering yourself, then I do believe they
sell these kits separately, so, you can go that route. And then on the back of
the Dreamcast you’ll see that there is a micro-HDMI port there. And the thing with the DCHDMI solution, is that it is a 100% digital solution, both for the video, as well as the audio. That’s what makes it stand out from some of the other solutions out there. Kinda like the UltraHDMI solution that I talked about previously
with the Nintendo 64, this one is also tapping directly onto the Dreamcast motherboard, and grabbing that digital signal, and then outputting it in the best, highest quality possible. And you guys are watching
some footage here, and immediately, to me, it was just mind-blowing how crystal clear this was. Again, it really reminded me of the UltraHDMI mod I did with my N64, it just looks so clear, so perfect, on my big HD television. And all this particular
footage is outputting at 1080p at 60 frames per second, so I haven’t altered it in any way. But you can mess around with the settings, let me show you those. So, to bring up the menu, you hold down the left trigger, the right
trigger, X + A, and then start. On the main menu you
have Output Resolution, which we’re gonna
checkout here in a second, Advanced Video Settings, Scanlines, if you like to turn those on or off, I typically leave them
off, Video Mode Settings, which we’ll all soon checkout, Firmware Upgrade, WiFi
Setup, and then Test/Info. Under Output Resolution, you have VGA, because the Dreamcast supports that, and I believe that is 640×480, and then you have 480p,
960p, and then 1080p. So, I typically left this at 1080p, because my HD television just seems to work with that best. I mentioned that the
Dreamcast supports VGA output, and most of the time I actually leave it on this Force VGA option here, because 95% maybe 99% of the games actually support VGA, and look
fantastic with this device. But there are a couple of games that I really like to play that don’t work with that, and so, you can
use the second option here, called Cable Detect, to
allow you to run those. And then here is Bangai-O running with that Cable Detect turned on. So, that’s a nice option
to have if you happen to have a few of those games that just don’t work with VGA. Also, here is Gunbird 2,
also with that as well. So, both of these games by default wouldn’t support VGA output, but again, it’s nice to have the option to force them to start. Here are the options under the, Advanced Video Settings, and you have, Deinterlacer there,
and some of the things, that honestly, I just
don’t really mess with, but you can come in
here and play with them if you’re looking for a little
bit more nuance settings. A cool feature of the DCHDMI kit, is that it allows you
to upgrade the firmware over a WiFi connection. This is actually super cool, and something that, honestly, I wish
all of these systems did. So, basically, yeah, you just connect it to your WiFi, then you
can, every once in a while, just check to see if there’s
a new firmware version, they are still working on it and adding new features all the time. Now, I know that these
internal DCHDMI solutions are not cheap. So, let’s go ahead and compare it to something that is cheap,
like the Pound solution. These Pound cables I believe are $30, and they are a quick
plug-and-play solution for people who want to get HDMI out of their Dreamcast, and play
it on their HD television. But as you can see by this footage, there is no contest, I mean the DCHDMI is just night and day better
than the Pound cables, and I know that’s not a fair comparison, because obviously the
Pound cables are cheap and some people just don’t
like the quality of ’em, I totally get it, but I do wanted to do this comparison. I also have the Retro-Bit
VGA adaptor as well, and so we can look at that
footage and compare it. And it looks pretty good, but again, I would lean more towards
the DCHDMI solution, I mean, it just looks that much better, that much cleaner. Now, I have heard that if you happen to have the Framemeister or
Open Source Scan Converter, that those solutions
actually do a very good job, but I don’t know, I tend to lean to this all-in-one
solution, it’s just easier. That said, I do happen to have the new mClassic video processor, which does a bunch of upscaling, as well as anti-aliasing
and other video effects. So, I put that on the output of the HDMI. So, here is Soulcalibur, running with the mClassic attached, and as you can see, it’s doing a bit of anti-aliasing, and yeah, I think it looks pretty good. And then here is Star
Wars Episode I: Podracer, also with the mClassic. Now, I did this because there
are some people out there that have these devices
in their game room, and in their video setup,
so I want to show you what that would be like. If you wanna go more in-depth with the DCHDMI solutions, there are actually really
good video reviews out there, specifically from Digital Foundry and also My Life in
Gaming, and I’ll put a link up in the corner there. Alright guys, well that is a quick look at, well, probably one of the craziest and coolest, pimped out, retro consoles in my game collection so far. And obviously in this video we went a little overboard with
the different options that you can do on your Dreamcast. But we wanted to show
people what is possible, and Matt will do as few, or as many of these as you want. So definitely check out his website, it is And if you have any questions for Matt, go ahead and post down below, and Matt’s gonna be
monitoring those comments. All right guys, well thank you very much for watching, thank you for subscribing, and take care.

99 thoughts on “Sega DREAMCAST w/ $800 in Upgrades & Improvements – Did we go too far?”

  1. Dragons Hoard Gaming says:

    Couple things I would like to add…

    First thanks to Jason for letting me put this together for him! I'm a big fan of his show and glad he now has a DCHDMI modded DreamCast in his collection! I've been super busy with installs and it was fun trying to squeeze this custom console in between all my other customers console mod installs and refurbishing work!

    This was just something cool and fun I wanted to do to try and get the DCHDMI kit out there and get it the attention it deserves! All these mods/services are completely optional but upgrades that I do offer my customers via my website and eBay store. Is $800 a lot? You bet your ass! Is this for everybody? Absolutely not! But if you've got the money to burn and want a full on custom console with custom designed parts and logo's it can be done!

    The DCHDMI kit was designed and developed by both Dan Kunz "@Citrus3000PSI" & Christof Harnischmacher "@Chriz2600"
    The DCHDMI mod kit can be purchased through Dan Kunz's "@Citrus3000PSI" website here….

    at the bottom of that page is a list of Dan's recommend installers. I as well as any others on that list would do a great job installing the DCHDMI kits in your consoles!

    The 3d printed pieces for the Noctua Fan Mod and the Pico DreamCast V1.1 were courtesy of Greg Collin's "@Collingall" designs! You can find the files to print them yourselves free if you have the means or purchase his own 3d printed pieces/kits at his website here….

    Most of the parts and components were purchased from Luke "@Console5dotCOM" who does a great job for the gaming community in providing cap kits, capacitor maps, and tons of great information on the wiki side of his page for DIY'ers and professionals alike.

    The custom "Metal Jesus" badge/logo and the custom LED holder for behind the cutout controller ports were both designed/remixed by me.

    My Contact Info

    Matt Forrester
    Dragon’s Hoard Gaming
    Twitter: @DragonsHoardMod (I have tons of pictures of my work)
    Email: [email protected]
    eBay: (tons of feedback from Happy Customers!)

    Thanks and Happy Gaming!

  2. paolobrossi78 says:

    11:30 in to the vid😌when you compare the 2 .. it looks the same from here 😂

  3. Joseph Wolf says:

    I would pay that much if it could play Sega Saturn and Sega Cd, in addition to playing Dreamcastgames

  4. Shaz Ahmad says:

    Sorry dude, there's nothing cooler than your t-shirt!

  5. Julio says:

    those LEDs…..makes it look like a riced out Honda Civic with underglow….everything else is fine tho.

  6. themrnails says:

    Do one for a pimped out fat PS3 with upgraded HDD of coarse. Thx.

  7. Donny P. says:

    You can replace that for a Christmas tree

  8. l8nightboy1 says:

    That's one ugly Dreamcast

  9. CD ageS says:

    Desecrated. And for $800? -_-

  10. Giuseppe says:

    This console looks like something a stoner came up with at 2 in the morning.

  11. Video Game Votary says:

    Great video as usual. Very nice mods!

  12. Alfredo Robles says:

    4:00 oem honda shinetzu grease. Best stuff in the market for rehydrating seals.

  13. Joe O'canas Jr. says:

    Overkill for me. I understand getting somethings modded here and there but 800 worth?? 😬😬 i mean if its your absolute fav console then it was worth it but i personally love playing different consoles so i know i wouldn't be playing with it enough to justify the 800 dollars. But hey if it makes you happy that is all that matters.

  14. Guns7469 says:

    If it came with the ecstacy I get the cost.

  15. S W says:

    What board did he install to run the led lights with Bluetooth?

  16. Jeremy Mitchell says:

    Does the DCHDMI not support non VGA compatible games then? Just wondered why you played Bangai-O via scart?

  17. WookiePoo says:

    You got ripped off big time.

  18. Michael Spencer says:

    Looks like your Dreamcast is having a 20th birthday party celebration right there….The LED’s look amazing by the way, and definitely suit the Dreamcast.

  19. themcfaceman says:

    did you factor in the crack you smoked to conceive such a build lol

  20. badazzboxer says:

    $800 for a Christmas lighted Dreamcast console??? Go fuck yourselves.

  21. Ozarudin Azman says:

    With that money I could buy a used XB1X+PS4 Pro+Switch! That DC looks cool but most definitely overpriced.

  22. VideoGameObsession says:

    So $10 in parts and $790 labor.. Got it!

  23. Brad Smith says:

    Hey you have the game Kiss Psycho Circus Demon child game and how compare to pc version of it?

  24. ditc 210 says:

    Cool vit not worth 800…make a gold one maybe ill pay 800

  25. TechBaron, Cameras and more! says:

    ohh yeeeee multi mod..

  26. Randy Cook says:

    A lot of hate on this thread. Its ugly or you spent to much.

    I like it. I like the LED lights. I'm a 80s baby. LEDs were popular in the 80s and 90s.
    The mods to the system are nice. $800 is a lot of money but it's your money and if it makes you happy then that's what counts.

    I enjoyed the video. Looking forward to more content.

  27. pinkace says:

    Biggest concern I have with the Moffet’s is that they remove the clear pieces of plastic inside the unit. Those are meant to direct airflow and cool the system. Removing them is a surefire way to cause overheating. The better fan will not make a difference if it’s pulling air out from the front instead of the back and bottom.

  28. Stephen Eee says:

    Id be happy if he just changed the oil and filled the washer fluid, but holy frick

  29. PRO.ARAB.GAMER says:

    The ONLY things you will ever need for your Dreamcast is a hdmi converter,.and in my case because my sofa is too far from the dreamcast, an extension cable. That's it. I even bought a generic hdmi cable and it works beutifully. All those "upgraded" capacitors, greased gears, and LEDs, is plain fuckin bullshit. It isn't a car. It's not going nowhere. As long as nothing smashes it or touches the laser, it's going to work. And the BEST way to extend the life of your consoles is to connect them to a surge protector. Oh and btw, the only other thing I'll buy for my Dreamcast is the retrofighters controller, even though I'm perfectly fine with the original.

  30. Erick Ferrer says:

    Worth it,he completely redid the system, and enhanced it.

  31. Lee Luckett says:

    Time to pimp out the PSP and Vita

  32. Niklas Malmqvist says:

    $800!!!!? Should be $80 max….

  33. Vampirerockstar says:

    Or you can get a $30 boot disc to play imports

  34. Whis Universe 7 says:

    Man…how much money do you make? with all these games and console you must be pretty loaded

  35. AquaDump Entertainment says:

    The Dreamcast was a great home arcade console. It's hard to find games for it at the local retro game stores around here.

  36. Joey’s Favorite Muchacho says:

    Looks more like that Simon memory game toy lol

  37. o o says:

    Those LED lights make this a little too much "pimp my ride"-ish. Everything else is top notch though.

  38. Swole Calibur says:

    $800,- but without a gdemu???

  39. Bryan Stradley says:

    Lots of harsh words here. I call Michigan Beach Rules: If you don't like what you see, don't look.

  40. Gordon Anderson says:

    All those LEDs look like metro pcs store in the hood .

  41. Beast Life says:

    Did you eat a lot of paint chips as a kid?

  42. Matt Thomas says:

    The console looks just like the Simon says electronic game we all played in the 80's!

  43. Thomas A says:

    "Is it worth it?" Me one second later. "Yes."

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  45. Jason Hollingsworth says:


  46. Nate Kenny says:

    For people complaining that it costs $800, please learn how manufacturing works. Custom jobs cost infinitely more than mass production products because the marginal unit is infinitely more expensive to develop and produce. The same reason the custom Gameboy's he showed off were so "expensive." You can't compare the price to that of a mass-produced item. Which is what you all are doing.
    The reason we can go buy a laptop and it doesn't cost us $2-3 million dollars is because of mass production. If each laptop was a completely custom hand built machine from the ground up, where one individual designed and produced all the hardware and software from scratch, that's exactly what it would cost.

  47. chris stenicka says:

    This isn’t worth 800$ sorry

  48. Tyler says:

    $800 and no usb-gdrom with 2tb hdd?

  49. krankyman says:

    I spent similar money and achieved far more. I don't understand the $800 pricetag.

  50. TMac Insanity says:

    Pretty disgusting mod seriously. Very bad taste from the modder and from you too, by allowing to buy this piece of amateur frankendremcast for a lot of cash. From now on people will start to name you as MetalJesusRippedoff.

  51. Khari Lester says:

    Literally, the Dreamcast of my dreams.

  52. Albert says:

    That frosted case is beautiful!

  53. pheno finder says:

    Where is the chick with the big jugs

  54. PPP says:

    I wouldn't pay $800 for a dead console

  55. Todd Kittrell says:

    I thought it was great. The LED lights were cool. No a fan of the price but I get the detail work needed to make it happen.

  56. Nya Stclair says:

    $800 and that doesn't include a GDEMU???

  57. ricky says:

    the leds look really bad

  58. dutchkel says:

    "In the interest of transparency" I see what you did there

  59. michael johnson says:

    Wow my mind is blown away on this!! Can I just send him my dreamcast or buy one from him for some of these upgrades?

  60. Kenneth Mitchell says:

    Q: what resolution did you use using the mclassic? Did you try both 480 and 1080p modes? Just curious what you went with and did you leave the mclassic attached when you go to play Dreamcast games now. I keep thinking the point of the DChdmi mod is to select 1080p output, but if you have to go as low as 480p with the mclassic doesn’t that go against the purpose of the DChdmi mod?

  61. Satori says:

    Beautiful, best console ever. It deserved way better.

  62. Deep_wolf says:

    Jason, we know that you're going after HDMI every console in the world, so I thought it would be nice if you share your current HDMIed collection sometime in the future! Also, get that LJN Videoart to HDMI!

  63. CPC_RedDawn says:

    The moment I saw he used Noctua fan I knew it was serious stuff. They make amazing fans! This thing will be near whisper silent compared to the original.

  64. Axel Myth says:

    Pretty sweet

  65. Robbin Jennings says:

    Awesome setup metal guru! Thank you for sharing it with us! 🙂

  66. juniorgod321 says:

    It's a "Frankstreamcast:)

  67. Lee Croft says:

    I would have preferred a few led’s facing the bottom of the unit so it casts outwards underneath rather then on top.

  68. Gabriel Salvatore says:

    OMG! 😍 Love that mod!

  69. Jason's House of fun and video games says:

    Nice job on the customization of Sega's last warrior in the console wars. It certainly takes a lot of talent and patience to make this happen. Do you do this with all systems? Got any cool pics of nes or Sega cd's you have done? You would think it could cook you breakfast, does it metal jesus? Keep up with the great vids.

  70. Eiad Tarabulsi says:

    $800 is simply way too much. I can definitely appreciate some of the modifications that have been made to the console. However, the LED lights are a bit excessive. They are cheesy and tacky. To be honest, I would never add LED lights to a game console. Having said that, I currently have a Dreamcast, which I would either keep as is (because classic is the best way to go) or I would have an HDMI mod and that's it. Going back to the aforementioned $800, I would never spend that kind of money in order to mod a video game console. I can buy a PS4 Pro and a Nintendo Switch for around $800 or less. I can buy a bunch of retro game consoles for $800. I would get a lot out of my money with either of those two options.

  71. pendragnx says:

    pretty sweet.. I need to refurbish mine at some point.. I think the laser in mine needs repair/replacement :-/ .. Definitely need to replace my battery with a socket

  72. redpanda416 says:

    Man, that's overkill! But yeah, it's really nice.

  73. Rey Robles says:

    All i want is my Dreamcast to be region free. While keeping the OG look and feel. Can they just install the region chip?

  74. Henrick Rawlins Williams says:

    Cool but not 800 .. simple as that

  75. Mark Dickson says:

    Those LEDs absolutely ruin it

  76. TheFrenchy82 says:

    oh Christ ! What this silly thing right now for including LEDs everywhere ??
    Do you want to get blind before 60 ? ….

  77. Steven Varley says:

    Hey Metal Jesus

    Love your channel and reviews… Keep up the great work

  78. Isaac Locke says:

    Oh. My. God

  79. Lorena Mondragon says:

    I think the thumbnail is broken.

  80. topchief1 says:

    Pimp my System. Yo Dawg, i heard you like Christmas, so I put a Christmas tree in yo Dreamcast

  81. AnythingGoes says:

    You can never go too far with the Dreamcast and your hot cousin from Shelbyville.

  82. Lockie L says:

    That’s a really cool Dreamcast except for those annoying LEDs.

  83. The Shadowgate Keeper says:

    $800 dollars, lol.

  84. Kalvinjj says:

    I really wanted something that taps the digital video, before the DACs for a PS2, the later slim models. That would be just plain awesome for a PS2 portable

  85. Justin T says:

    This is insane!! Love the detailed leds and everything else inside!

  86. TheMultiGunMan says:

    Matt…..What sort of things can you do with/for a Sega Genesis?

  87. Derrick McDonald says:

    I don't even remember how many DC I went through. They kept getting stolen. I remember my first one though. Keyboard, mouse, VGA all that controller shit, 4 Controls. My only real complaint…the batteries in the GODDAM VMU's what a let down (Sonic Adventure 1 also), other than that…hey…MetalJesusRocks!

  88. atranfanatic says:

    The mod seems cool, but without the led lights. lol To blingy for me, everything else seems pretty awesome though.

  89. kraig keller says:

    Metal Jesus: Come for the Hidden Gems, stay for the audio/videophile stuff.

  90. interlinked Media says:

    Really cool and fun video. If I had the money I would get this in a heartbeat, minus the LEDs. They are probably brighter and more distracting than any TV you would be looking at. MY EYES HURT.

  91. Shadoan18 says:

    @The_end Overboard with the different options? No, you didn't go far enough. Long live the Dreamcast, long live the dream! Integrated DreamPi, Light-Up Controller & BLUETOOTH DREAMCAST CONTROLLERS AS IN SUPPORTED WIRELESS(It's a thing, google it), A built in drive or flash memory for your ISO's to switch back and forth between DISK's and digitally stored games, updated support hardware such as a new Dreamcast heat fan and the cherry on top? Instead of the noise on your DC's boot-up, have it play the first 5 seconds of your favorite song, through a soundchip that kick's in once on the console's boot-up.

    … I have that much love for this retro console that, If I had the both the job support custom consoles as a hobby while balancing everything else; I'd go into that and go beyond.

  92. Justin Thomas says:

    My dchdmi is coming when the next round ships out in a few weeks. If it's as good as the gchdmi mod I did I'll be very happy! Already have the noctua mod and a gdemu and I'll recap when I do the hdmi. Cap kits are only like 6$. If you have the solder skills this can be done much much cheaper than 800

  93. Alex Lee says:

    Yo what's that Steve Vai clear record!!!

  94. Adrian Brand says:

    Those LEDs are way to distracting for a console.

  95. RENO says:

    I would removed the leds and added the GDEMU 👍🏻

  96. Tom Storm says:

    More more more footage!!

  97. retrogamerfan says:

    All I have to say skies of arcadia in full 1080p count me in 👍

  98. Braheem Hazeem says:

    Its got RGB, instantly better than ps4 pro and xbox one x.

  99. Casa Play says:

    Does this LED lights mess with the laser disc reader?

  100. ALL HAIL KING VITAS says:

    Lol 800 dollars hahahahah dude not worth it at all and this is coming from the biggest dreamcast fan

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