Analogue Mega SG

Sega Mega Drive HD console is on the way.

New Analogue Mega SG console is a definitive way to explore Sega’s 16-bit and 8-bit era. There is no better way to play your old Sega cartridges on your new TV. Analogue Mega SG is a dream come true for a Sega fan, since there was no high quality console available at all when it comes to the Genesis, the Mega Drive or Master System.

Will be release in April 2019.

So how is it different? Analogue Mega SG was engineered with an FPGA and it is not an emulator. It is built on a real hardware. This guarantees you zero lag and total accuracy. Mega Sg is not a plug n’ play toy. It is compatible with more than 2,180 Sega Genesis, Mega Drive and Master System games.

This new Analogue Mega SG Console costs around $189 (150 pounds)

Hi Definition Graphics: 1080p with Zero Lag

Most of the retro consoles on the market do only up to 720p. Mega Sg uses the most advanced retro-gaming video upscaling on the planet. Every pixel is razor sharp and accurate with stunning colors. Not to mention true lagless video output.

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Mega SG with Sega CD attached in 1080p

Mega Sg plugs directly into your original Sega CD & Mega CD with the edge connector, hidden behind an expansion door. Just like the original. But now in stunning, lag free 1080p.

Supports both: Model 1 and Model 2.

Play this New Sega Console Wirelessly

Finally you can play a Sega Console wirelessly and lag-free with 8BitDo’s high quality retro M30 controller. Analogue partnered up with 8BitDo to offer matching controllers for Mega Sg, including a wireless 2.4g receiver at discounted price. Price for the M30 controller should be around 25 dollars. Please note that there will be no controllers included in the package. So if you have lost your old controllers, it is recommended to also buy one or two M30 controllers while ordering your new Analogue Mega SG. Available in Amazon: Here

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Reference Quality Control

Mega Sg is a reference quality video game system with reference quality control. Featuring aspect ratio preservation, multiple video resolutions, scanlines, scalers and more.

High Fidelity Sound

With the YM2612 at it’s helm, Sega’s 16-bit era is home to some of the most iconic music in video game history. Music this significant should be experienced in high fidelity. Mega Sg outputs the highest quality digital audio: 48KHz 16 bit stereo. It’s like hearing Sega for the first time.

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Unparalleled compatibility

Mega Sg uses an original-style cartridge slot and controller ports. Included in every box is a special made Sega Master System adapter. Mega Sg even has an edge connector for the Sega CD and Mega CD. This means it is compatible with the original Sega Genesis, Mega Drive and Master System game cartridges plus the original hardware and accessories. All the way from the Game Genie to the Sega CD. Please note, 32x add-on is also considered but not included now!

Compatibility? Analogue Mega SG does it all.

Mark III, Game Gear, Sega MyCard, SG-1000 & SC-3000

Sega’s early console history is a rich and unique era to explore. That’s the reason Mega Sg will be built to support it all. Game cartridge adapters for Mark III, Game Gear, Sega MyCard, SG-1000, SC-3000 will be released and sold separately.

FPGA hardware

Mega Sg has unparalleled compatibility. The core functionality of each system is engineered directly into an Altera Cyclone V, a sophisticated FPGA. Unlike the knock off and emulation based systems that riddle the market today, you’ll be experiencing Sega’s 16-bit and 8-bit era free of compromises. Mega Sg was designed to preserve video game history, with the respect it deserves.

Available in four colorways

USA, EU, JPN, White
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Technical Specifications:

Compatibility

  • Genesis cartridges, Mega Drive cartridges
  • Sega Master System cartridges [adapter included], Mark III
  • Game Gear & Sega MyCard
  • SG1000/1000II
  • SC-3000 [Adapters sold separately]
  • Sega CD & Mega CD [requires original Sega CD & Mega CD]
  • Region Free, Worldwide Compatibility [PSU: 100-240v, 50-60hz]

Video

  • HDMI 1080p/720p/480p
  • NTSC & PAL Support
  • Lag free
  • Zero signal degradation

Audio

48KHz 16 bit, Digital audio via HDMI, Headphone jack, 3.5mm

Special Features

Original-style Genesis/Mega Drive/Master System Controller Ports, Original-style edge connector for Sega CD and Mega CD SD card firmware updating [via Mega Sg’s SD card slot]

Other Features

  • Scanline options
  • Scaler options
  • Horizontal position adjust
  • Horizontal stretch
  • Vertical position stretch

8BitDo M30 Gamepad w/ 2.4g wireless receiver:

  • 20hr Battery Life
  • Auto sleep mode after 15min
  • Lag free
  • Includes 2.4g wireless receiver

Mega Sg Dimensions:

  • 138mm length
  • 168mm wide
  • 47mm high

What will be in the box?

  • Analogue Mega Sg Console
  • Analogue Sega Master System game cartridge adapter
  • HDMI cable & USB cable
  • Worldwide USB Power Supply [100-240v, 50/60hz, USA/JPN plug-type]

Composed by: Retroconsole xyz

The Sega Genesis, known as the Mega Drive in regions outside of North America, is a 16-bit home video game console developed and sold by Sega. The Genesis was Sega’s third console and the successor to the Master System. Sega released the console as the Mega Drive in Japan in 1988, followed by North America as the Genesis in 1989.

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