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MODEL- 40019 VENDOR- CABLES TO GO FEATURES- Optical to Coaxial Digital Audio Converter- Silver Perfect for Home Theater, Dolby Digital and DTS. Run out of TOSlink inputs on your receiver? This optical to coaxial converter will allow you to connect the TOSlink optical output from your DVD, cable or satellite receiver to a coaxial digital audio input. Dont buy a new receiver - simply change media formats and get full digital signal sound quality. * Converts signal from Toslink digital to Coaxial Digital * Optical Digital Input via Toslink * Coaxial Digital Output via RCA jack * Power supply


Product Title: Cables To Go Optical to Coaxial Digital Audio Converter

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Ninja Turtles are back in TMNT 2: Battle Nexus

Strengths: Ninja Turtle actions, 4 player co-op mode

Weakness: control and graphics

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back in the TMNT 2: Battle Nexus video game. It is a beat-them up game with the TMNT franchise that is targeted towards older children and teens. The best part of the game is the 4 player co-op mode (we have 4 ninja turtles, haven't we?) which can be hard to come by in a video game. The downside of the game is the weird control and poor game design, that seeems to...
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By eau697 - Dec 11, 2006

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Battle Nexus

Strengths: Four-player coop Turtle fighting action

Weakness: Bland levels, bad controls

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: BattleNexus is an improvement over the first Gamecube TMNT game, but that's not saying too much. New in this one is an up to four-player cooperative mode, and a bunch of collectibles that can be viewed in April's shop. Also included is the original TMNT arcade game. The game includes some racing segments and platform puzzle challenges but, like the fighting, all...
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By mojave - Dec 2, 2006


Strengths: Francise is always fun - original arcade game is included

Weakness: Flaws of original game aren't fixed

I've been a fan of TMNT since the original NES game. Then the arcade game, Turtles in Time, etc etc. So I can't help but buy their games, no matter what I hear review wise. That said, this game isn't what i was hoping for. I was hoping they'd improve over the problems with the last release. THey did not. There are still control problems, camera issues, and other various tidbits. However, I am...
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By Pookymeister - Sep 4, 2006

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus

Strengths: The co-op gameplay is actually well done

Weakness: Low production values, cheap game design, terrible music for the original TMNT arcade game.

There is so much to love about Battle Nexus initially. Four player games are a blast since you have to work together to finish the levels and it is actually well done for the most part. The problem sets in soon as you'll grow tired of hearing the same one liners from the Turtles, enduring the same cheap attacks from your enemies, staring the bland backgrounds and characters, etc. The original...
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By StashEX - Apr 30, 2006

The Turtles are back but still hurting from last year's game. . .

Strengths: More beat-em-up TMNT action, cel-shaded graphics, new platforming sections, 4-player cooperative support, includes original TMNT arcade game as unlockable

Weakness: Disjointed storyline, loose controls, frame rate and camera issues, platform areas too difficult for some, short overall length, no real improvement over the last game

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise has been involved with gaming for nearly twenty years now, but it's somewhat sad to see that the game play quality has actually decreased over the years. The best thing about TMNT 2: Battle Nexus is that it includes the original TMNT arcade game (with 4-player co-op support) that started it all in the 1980's. Unfortunately, you'll have to trudge through...
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By MaxBiaggi2 - Mar 6, 2006

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