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S > SEGA > Mega Drive II


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Sega Mega Drive II computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Sunday 15th August 2021
Anamyd Mailliw (United Kingdom)

A lot of Mega Drive 2s (and late Mega Drive 1s) were made with significantly worse sound quality than most Mega Drive 1s. This was due to removing the physical YM2612 chip and embedding a YM3438 in the ASIC with the graphics and PSG, but without correcting the audio amplification circuit for the difference in output level / impedance. This can be rectified with a Crystal Clear Audio or MegaAmp audio mod or as part of the Triple Bypass video board.

Wednesday 25th March 2015
Ako Shirabe

My favorite game console

Wednesday 22nd September 2010
Alex (Bulgaria)
ATV Shineray

When I was a kid this looks like a hi-tech gadget from the future :)

Tuesday 2nd November 2004
Nathan Graves (UK)

Two things. Firstly, a piece of plastic (pacakged with the 32x) was placed on top to help keep the cartridges steady (as the slot is not as high up). Also, when it was released in the UK, It retailed as a pack for about £100 (with Sonic Complimation) or £120 (with Mega Games 6). I have one and I think it is the best console I have ever had.

Wednesday 9th June 2004
ray (uk)

i like sega mega cd

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