Super Com 72 (Nes on a Chip)

Super Com 72  (Nes on a Chip)

Autopsy:

You can see the review of the Super Com 60 here

It’s a famous famiclone and it will play famicom (nes) games. It’s compatible with JAP/USA cartridges without regional lockout chip (CIC). The console comes with 72 games included.

  1. September 11th, 2011 at 22:10 | #1

    Interesting. I have this console, but inside it contains an 500 in 1 set. Wich is ~10 game and hacks of them.

  2. Kamikaz3
    November 3rd, 2012 at 12:56 | #2

    Hi i’ve seen this console for sale and i’m interested in buying it but it comes without a power adapter could you perhaps tell me if it’s compatible with a Mega Drive (Genesis) or a SNES adapter?
    And whats the voltage of the adapter?
    Thanx.

  3. Kamikaz3
    November 9th, 2012 at 21:07 | #3

    By the way does this famiclone play PAL nes games?

  4. November 12th, 2012 at 00:30 | #4

    @Kamikaz3

    Hi, this famiclone doesn’t work very well, it’s play only the cartridge (JAP) inside. I don’t recommend to buying this version.

  5. December 16th, 2013 at 00:26 | #5

    @Kamikaz3

    This is a PAL NES clone, so yes, it plays PAL NES games. I’m playing them on it since 1991.
    The voltage of the adapter is 9V.
    I do not have infos about SNES or SMD adapters, actually i doubt they’re exists; the NES is a 8-bit machine, while the SNES and SMD are 16.

  6. Koffieleut
    January 15th, 2014 at 05:19 | #6

    Does anyone know why this machine doesn’t work on a lcd tv? I’ve tried the red and yellow but also the antenna but it won’t do a thing. It still works though, it gives 8.8 volts on the switch.

  7. Xalalalala
    March 10th, 2014 at 01:35 | #7

    I have an European version which is called the Jamo Super Com. It works on any LCD with composite video. This particular version has 3400 built-in games which are 10 different games and mods of each one. It also runs my PAL NES cartridges and the USA NTSC cartridges as well with the correct frame rate. I’ll upload a video on YouTube soon and post here the link if anyone shows interest. I don’t have the original PSU but any Megra Drive PSU will work with this model 10v 800mA.

  8. Gian
    July 9th, 2014 at 00:10 | #8

    @Kamikaz3
    Yes, it’s compatible with Sega Genesis power supply.
    The console needs 10 Volts @ 850 mA, I tried with a Sega Mega Drive adapter and it works perfectly (but I think you could use any adapter above 5 volts because of the 7805 voltage regulator, I use a generic adapter with 10V/800mA).
    Be careful because the central tip of the connector is the ground (as the Sega Mega Drive’s power supply)!
    BTW I’ve just repaired one of these, it contains 500 games (despite of his name) but as TCH wrote it has barely 10 games; the rest are just repetitions.

  9. Santiago
    July 5th, 2015 at 22:16 | #9

    I have just obtain one and burn it with the nes/snes original adapter AC 9v.
    Anybody know if this console need AC (alternate) or DC (continuous) voltaje?
    On the grey case socket to plug it, i can read AC adapter. The 7805 fried.
    Many Thanks.

  10. July 6th, 2015 at 13:25 | #10
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