JotaB wrote:Hi! I have a PAL Dreamcast. I've made a line voltage inducer following another tutorial and I've made it with only one 9V plug. Is the second one really necessary?
pcwzrd13 wrote:JotaB wrote:Hi! I have a PAL Dreamcast. I've made a line voltage inducer following another tutorial and I've made it with only one 9V plug. Is the second one really necessary?
Yes it is. The PAL modem requires 18v instead of just 9v like the US one. If you'd rather not take it apart again, you can always just import a US modem.
dave_van_damn wrote:Is it the actual PAL modem which requires 18v or the console? What about a PAL modem in an NTSC console?
AndehX wrote:One question though. What is the lag like? does you get similar latency as you would have done back in the day on 56k? or is it somehow better these days?
AndehX wrote:i see. So what kind of latency do people get using this method of connection? Lower than 100ms?
AndehX wrote:Yeah, that was my biggest turn off as far as setting up the Dreampi method, but if the lag isn't any worse than using a BBA, then I'm more than happy to give it a go since it costs less than half the price. I also have a few friends who are not as tech-savvy as I am (can't use a soldering iron) who would be very interested in this also.
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