I’ve already modified a few of the parts, in preparation. I put the Pi3 on a serious diet; removing the USB ports, Ethernet port, GPIO Header, Audio Jack, Camera Connector, and GSI Display Connector. I also cut off part of one side, which you can see in the pictures.
I have modified the Kedei HDMI Screen. I removed the headers and micro USB. I would not recommend removing the micro USB if you can avoid it. I wound up burning the traces and causing a short, which I had to repair by cutting another part of the trace and installing a jumper.
I modified the game cartridge to fit the Pi3, which means there is only enough left for aesthetics, see pics.
I really liked VeteranGamer’s speaker setup in his Super Famicon Build, so I acquired and modified a pair in similar fashion.
Last note, for now. The sticker set is from Yaya. That was a nice bundle he put together. The battery info doesn’t match but close enough.
Translucent Orange DMG-01 Replica Shell
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B(Trimmed) w/ Heatsink & Fan
Kedei 3.5" HDMI Screen(Trimmed)
3D Printed Screen Bracket(for Kedei Screen)
Black Cartride Shell for DMG-01
HandHeld Legend Screen Glass
Yaya's Sticker Pack
Generic 2.1A Power Supply from AliExpress
Camble's Safe Shutdown Switch(for Generic PS)
AD1115 for Power Monitoring
Micro USB Breakout
4000mAh Battery from Ebay
Common Ground Button PCB
Arduino Leonardo ATMEGA32U4 Breakout Board
Samsung Stereo Laptop Speakers
PAM8403 Class D Digital Amplifier
Black DMG-01 Button's
DMG-01 Button Membranes
6mm Tactile Switches
Black Tactile Switch Caps
PSP 1000 Analog Sticks
USB-A Female Jack
Original DMG-01 Volume Potentiometer
Original DMG-01 Power Switch Cap
Blue LED and Resistor(Value TBD)
6” HDMI Extension Cable(Male A to Male A)
JST PH 2pin Connector
JST GH 5pin Connector
28AWG Silicon Coated Wire
26AWG Plastic Coated Wire
*Note: A couple of minor components have changed from these pictures of the parts. The 2 HDMI connectors were replaced by a better one that I found and modified. I added the ADS1115 to the parts pile. I further trimmed the Pi3 and case, which you can see in the later photos. I added a 5 pin JST connector for the L&R buttons. Also added tactile switch caps.