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This IPS LCD kit for your Game Boy Advance (GBA) is a solderless drop-in display that fits in the display window of an OEM console without the need for a special sized lens. This kit is beginner friendly as no shell trimming is needed. It includes all the features of the standard V3 kit including color palates and brightness adjustment.
This kit's LCD display size is not enlarged like other IPS kits.
Compare with our enlarged IPS kits for GBA
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This product is great and easy to install within minutes. It has great clarity and the color palettes are super nice for any game. The only thing I would suggest is that you buy the bracket sold separately but its not too important. Just make sure you line it up correctly on the shell and it will fit right in to an IPS ready made shell. Its perfect!!
Took some effort to install, but once it was in there it was snug and works well.
Received this item with the black shell. Opened the box to see broken ribbon cable. Still waiting to hear back from support.
Upon arrival I received the ribbon broken from ****. Already emailed company. Case is very nice though.
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dry tested, worked fine. installed into gba after about 10 minutes of use 33%~ of the pixels die starting from the right side of the panel... not pleased paid £90 for freshly produced waste, will not be returning.
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The screen looks great, but the installation was super finicky. Firstly, the included adhesive way way to strong and also showed through the screen lens when the device is held at an angle. This my not bother everyone, but it's something to be aware of. It was also very hard to get the screen placed against the spacers with my OEM foam adhesive, and I actually ended up slightly misaligning it and cutting off a few pixels at the top and left sides of the screen. The biggest problem I had was with the touch sensors. I fiddled with them and tried taping them in different positions for probably an hour, but they still kept going off randomly and not respond to touch. After messing with them so much, the color sensor wire snapped off its solder point. Luckily I did not care to use the color palettes anyway. Finally, I discovered that the touch sensors were also activating when their solder points on the board were touched. This was causing the sensors to activate when the control board got close enough to the mother board. Te included insulation film did nothing. I ended up having to put several pieces of electrical tape over both solder points to get the main board to stop activating them. After that, the touch sensor finally worked when placed in the shell. Lastly, the screen seems to sit inside the console at a slight angle. This says it's a no-cut mod, but looking back, I probably needed to cut a little bit of the plastic that held the OEM screen in. Hopefully sitting at an angle is not putting pressure on the screen. All-in-all, if I went back in and fiddled some more I could probably get this perfect, but if I had to do it all over again I would probably just get one of the standard ips screens, a pre-cut shell, and an alignment bracket.
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