Welcome to db Electronics

db Electronics is a Canadian designer and manufacturer of retrogaming goodies!

I’m passionate about retrogaming and committed to designing and building modern electronics for my favourite retro consoles.

p.s. not a Sega fanboy

Recent Posts

New Wiki Section Added

I've added a new section to the website titles Wikis. This section will be used to share most information about ...
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dbGrafx Booster (Engine Block AV) Now Available For Pre-order From Stone Age Gamer

Stone Age Gamer has re-branded the dbGrafx Booster as the Engine Block AV and has now opened a pre-order. The ...
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Framemeister Profile: dbGrafx Booster TTP + HD Retrovision Component Cable

Watch IMPLANTGames' demonstration of a dbGrafx Booster combined with HD Retrovision Component cables and Framemeister. Friendly reminder that the dbGrafx ...
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Support Forum Now Open for uh… Support!

With so many dbGrafx Boosters now out in the wild and countless (ok not really countless) Power Base Minis and ...
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PC Henshin Design Files Released as Open Source GPLv3

I've let it known on social media for quite some time now that the PC Henshin build was too complex ...
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RGB Bypass – New Upcoming Design

In collaboration with RetroRGB, I am designing a new version of the Genesis RGB Bypass. This board is a mod ...
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Retro Gaming Rewind Review the dbGrafx Booster

Have a look at this awesome video review of the dbGrafx Booster by Retro Gaming Rewind! The dbGrafx Booster is ...
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dbGrafx Booster – Not Every SCART Cable is Created Equal

Now that many dbGrafx Boosters have found new homes with happy customers, I received several complaints that the dbGrafx Booster ...
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Festival Retrogamer.ca – Montréal – May 21st 2016

Last Saturday I attended Retrogamer.ca's Festival Rétro in Montréal. The event was held at collège André-Grasset from 10am to 10pm ...
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Can 3D Glasses Support Be Added to a Genesis in Master System Mode?

There are several pretty cool games on the Sega Master System which support the 3D glasses: Outrun 3D and Space ...
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