• Collection: Nintendo Gameboy Advance
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This is the whole device, shown both put together and immediately taken apart.
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This is the headphone jack and the sound wheel found on the Game Boy Advance. They are used to allow the use of headphones and for sound adjustment respectively.
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This is the device that outputs the sound produced by the Game Boy Advance.
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Buttons on the front of the console, left of the screen. Function varies from game to game.
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Rubber pads placed behind the front facing buttons. The larger circle is placed behind the directional button, while the two smaller buttons are placed behind the A and B buttons.
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Buttons on the front of the console. The directional button is in the shape of a cross; the A and B buttons are marked "A" and "B," respectively. Use varies depending on game being played.
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Buttons on the top of the console. The "Left" buttons are located on the left and the "Right" buttons are located right. Use varies depending on the game being played.
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External plastic component housing and protecting the internal electronic components.

Color: Glacier
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Frontal View of Screen
A small, 3 1/4" thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (tft lcd), attached to a a 40-pin connector/power feed which would plug into video outport on the circuit board
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