There really are no limits in the world of case modding.Ã‚ Who the heck comes up with the idea to use a toaster as a SNES case anyways?Ã‚ The same person also stuffed a NES inside a toaster too.Ã‚ The creator gives a step by step guide for building the system. Ã‚ There’s a video demo below as well.
As it is a dual slice system, he was tempted to incorporate both the SNES and NES in the same machine. However, he ended up just sticking with the SNES instead.
Simple building materials are all you really need.Ã‚ A Super NES, a few adhesives, magnets ripped from a broken hard drive, a bunch of resistors, six orange LEDs, plexiglass, and some spare wire. He used the temperature control knob of the toaster on the front to dim the orange LEDs. And guess what? It wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t burn your cartridges.Ã‚ Full project details.
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