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So you have an n64? Want to trick out your N64 to make some LEDs pulse to the sound of the game....well...LETS BEGIN!
First we need to get an n64. If you have one already your good to go! If not, simply search for a cheap (working) used one on ebay ...
Now its time to take apart your N64: Use a 4.5mm Gamebit Screwdriver (or look up the pen hack) and take off the the bottom screws. Now that ...
The pulsevu 2x chip is thoroughly labeled with everything you need. Your PulseVU can operate within the range of 3V-5V. You will need to find a suitable power ...
Once you have everything wired up, turn on your system and use the blink pattern to select which type of blinking you want: These are the blink patterns: ...
After you are done, turn it on, select your blink pattern and BEHOLD! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TMOqzXic9mE Thanks...and remember BEHOLD THE AWESOMNESS OF THE LED!
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