TLDR: If you NEED dual video out and don't care about potential dual SDRAM, get the Analog IO. If not, get the Digital IO board. Currently the PSX core will work on single SDRAM but dual SDRAM might allow for additional features.
Common features between analog and standard IO:
- HDMI out via the DE10-nano
- Cooling fan
- System buttons and LEDs
- mini TOSLINK digital audio out
- User port for SNAC and mt32-pi
- Secondary SD card slot for computer cores only (don't you dare try to use it as extra game storage haha)
- JST headers to extend power, buttons, and LEDs
Analog IO unique features:
- Analog video output (Digital IO board can output analog video by using an HDMI to VGA adapter)
- Dual video out (analog + digital) (Digital IO can output either analog or digital video but not both)
- Analog audio output
Digital IO unique features:
- Power switch
- TOSLINK audio out
- ADC-In for audio input (NOT AUDIO OUT :)
- Allows for secondary SDRAM
Clean design, easy to set up in less than 5 minutes. Stellar work.
my original i/o board had me going crazy since the colors were off... i went on reddit and found out that cheap boards from china are made with bad capacitors or resistors etc so the colors can look off- someone told me they bought from misteraddons and it fixed the problem so i took a chance and am sooo glad i did... no more problems with colors by component with vga on my EDTV (the problem also happens with crts)and i will never buy from anywhere else if it has to do with mister.
the side by side photos are mister with hdmi on a dell monitor and my old vga with component on my edtv....
the single photo is with the misteraddons i/o with the colors fixed-
IO board that works with the DE10Nano, simple to add on. Works great. Fast shipping!
Fast shipping, packed well, functions perfectly. Love it!