Ben walks viewers through the entire design process – from drawing and scanning parts into the computer for the project layout, to routing the components and new custom controller interface, to wiring the power. The intricate process of connecting the newly routed six-button controller with the simpler three-button original Genesis controller proved to be an extremely complicated, yet successful process that offers viewers some helpful insight when tackling multipart circuitry projects. After a critical and very Heck-like "squish test" to ensure the new parts fit together, Ben reveals a completely revamped, smaller Sega CDX boasting an integrated 4-inch LCD and custom controller.
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