onaryc29 wrote:AFAIK, the snac board is exactly that, a level shifter (5v to 3v). I think antonio include directly an equivalent to the snac board and put a db9 connector instead of a usb one (some board has also hdmi connector to use blissbox cable).
Personally, i think i will buy a snac board at some point, to be able to use native controller (i also like my PS4, xbox one, ... controllers connected in wireless or cable).
IMHO, a lot of mister users use it, instead of software emulators, for accuracy and very low input lag (i think the ability to use a CRT is also a big plus). I've used a lot of emulation solutions in the past 25 years and you do not need a lot of frames the feel the input lag and be bothered by it (especially the lack of homogeneity in this delay). That's why i switch to real hardware and was waiting for good FPGA solution (and here we are )
Sinclair wrote:You have everything in that link, including the answer to those questions because you also have access to the source code from there.
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