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Next to the motorized CD door is a selection of DSP (Digital Sound Processor) buttons.  Unlike some stereo systems made around the same time as Wondermega, these DSP switches sound good and actually DO make a difference to the sound.  The "Game" selection adds a type of virtual 3D to the sound similar to Q-Sound used on may Capcom games.  "Ex-Base" selection adds a nice meaty base to the sound.  Very useful if you're using the TV for your Wondermega's audio.  "Karaoke" takes away vocals from the audio tracks on the CD and adds a nice echo effect.  The "Off" selection ..... well, you can figure that one out (^v^)

To your left is the Wondermega's karaoke mic inputs headphone input and effect & volume controls.  These are nicely hidden behind a sliding door.

To your right is the EXT (extension) port of the Wondermega which was only used (to my knowledge) for the Mega modem.

To the rear of the Wondermega we find the Audio and Visual sockets and boy did they add a lot of options !!

From left to right - A/V Out for RF Units (Arial), Super Video out (SVHS), Video Phono socket, Left and Right audio sockets and to the far right you can just make out the MIDI OUT socket for connecting the Wondermega to MIDI devices such as keyboards.

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The Sega Wondermega is my pride piece in my gaming  collection and as you can see from the pictures on this and the previous page my Wondermega looks new and that's because it practically is.  Below is the original Sega guarantee card and the instruction book still in it's original plastic bag.  The other picture below is just the Wondrmega taken at a strange angle because I was feeling arty at the time (^v^;)

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