Re: Questions on Super Wild Card DX2

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This message was posted by The Dumper, posted on October 05, 2001 at 01:33:56 coming from 209.204.139
This message is a reply to Questions on Super Wild Card DX2 posted from Tom M. posted at October 04, 2001 at 02:55:40
> I have 3 important questions on Super Wild Card DX2.

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> 1) Does it produce high interference like Professor Street Fighter 2?

It's the same picture quality as a PSF2. There is some interferance with an RF modulator. I've found that if I connect it up with the S-VHS cable the picture is clean. I don't know if PAL units support S-VHS.

> I don't want my SNES to produce "damaged" picture on TV...

> from internet:

> "The PSF2 is a high interference machine. When it's plugged
> into your SNES and has power running to it, it will cause major
> interference with your TV. This isn't a faulty unit. Just keep
> your SNES about 5-10 feet from your TV. I've been told that using
> the AV cables as opposed to the coax RF switch reduces some of the
> interference, but I've haven't been able to confirm it. (Old TV).
> Radio Shack also sells interference surpressors, but I haven't tried
> those either. Still, it's not a defect with your unit, just the
> way it is."
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> 2) Is it available in PAL version? (very important)
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> 3) Can I connect my SEAGATE IDE harddrive to it without any assistance of PC computer?
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You can put a hard disk in a DiskDual, connect the DiskDual to the DX2 and not use any PC.

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