It's been playing in my mind for a while. I've been really drawn by the obscurity of the lesser consoles. Having been a Sega man for most of my childhood and then switching to PlayStation 1 & 2 throughout my teens. The Panasonic 3DO passed me by. So I finally decided to order one from eBay with the possibility of installing it in a PC case as a sort of psuedo Creative 3DO Blaster as the original boards are so rare now. So it arrived yesterday, £40 from eBay model FZ-1. A steal as the normal price in UK is between £100-£200. Image by Taijigamer2 posted Jul 7, 2017 at 12:27 AM As you can see the item was sold as 'Faulty' because the CD tray kept jamming halfway. I thought it could be anything from a worn belt to a broken gear or even a cracked tray. Image by Taijigamer2 posted Jul 7, 2017 at 12:27 AM But to my delight, it was simply a disc jammed in the tray. Result. A free copy of Demolition Man, thank you. Checked the laser, booted without issue. Image by Taijigamer2 posted Jul 7, 2017 at 12:27 AM As you can see it has some rust in the corner of the EMI shielding. The black screw pegs were also cracked suggesting it had taken a tumble at some point in its 24 year life. I'll take a close up pic of the motherboard when I get another chance. I did notice it has the Bt encoder unfortunately so no option for native 240p On the PSU interestingly enough, it has no fan but does have solder points for a fan connector so I may add one in the future. It doesn't have a common tap on the transformer whereas some models do. Again there is a solder point if one were to get a new transformer in the future. The next step will be to decifer where to apply molex 12v and 5v to run it off an ATX psu.