Metal Jesus has a new video out where he asks his crew what systems they have hooked up to their TV. The answers were pretty interesting coming from a bunch of avid collectors and at one point John Hancock had 32 systems on 3 TVs! The systems hooked up to my TV are the NES Classic, Wii, Wii U & Switch and I'm planning on removing the Wii at some point. The Switch is the latest system that's attached to my TV and I recently put my SNES Classic back in it's case because I'm not playing it at the moment.

What gaming systems do you have hooked up to your TV?

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Member wrote on 12/31/2018 at 12:53am

Nes Classic, Snes Classic, Super NT, Switch, Xbox One and PS4. I also have a PC that is connected, plus a retropie that is sitting next to the TV.

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Member wrote on 12/31/2018 at 12:54am

All other consoles have been organized in such a way that I can get them out and hooked up in about 5 minutes.

GregoPeck   Member wrote on 12/31/2018 at 01:21am

NES Classic, Wii U, PS3

Timogorgon wrote on 12/31/2018 at 04:36am

At the moment I have: Switch, Wii U, PS3, PS4, SNES, SNES Classic, NES classic, and X-Box. The X-Box and SNES are probably going to get rotated out for an N64 and a PS2 soon though. :)

Travis   Admin wrote on 12/31/2018 at 06:52am

On my main TV, the ones that are currently actually connected are SNES, SNES Classic, Switch, PS4, Xbox 360, Steam Link, and an Android TV device with some emulators on it.

Though I have the NES, NES Classic, N64, Wii, Sega Genesis, PS2, and PS3 sitting in the entertainment center and their cables are hanging on a hook behind the TV, labeled and ready to connect when I'm interested.

On a second TV I have another NES, a GameCube, a PSX, and another Steam Link connected.

And a third NES in a closet. Just in case. Redundancy!

Guy_Retro wrote on 01/01/2019 at 04:46am

I've got PS3 &4 hooked up to cover all my PlayStation needs, and a SNES classic in the bedroom.

BrothersForgeGaming wrote on 01/01/2019 at 06:20pm

I generally have at least one system (NES) hooked up to my CRT, but have others systems at the ready. I have a backwards compatible PS3 and first gen PS4 set up on my main TV. Ideally I would like to have a Wii setup so that I can play Wii Sports at any given moment, but currently I do not have the extra space. Also I have NES and SNES Classics set up in my bedroom in case I need a late night fix.

Travis   Admin wrote on 01/01/2019 at 09:22pm

I wish I'd managed to get a PS3 that was fully backwards compatible. I'd love being able to play PS2 games on it.

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Member wrote on 01/20/2019 at 08:25pm

I just got my Wii U, RetroTink and AVS hooked up too! Another HDMI switch and a different surge protector allowed me to hook up more HDMI and better arrange power supplies.

GregoPeck   Member wrote on 01/20/2019 at 11:30pm

I replaced my Classic NES with a Classic SNES. :) (I still haven't really played it yet though.)

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