Xbox Modded Consoles
When you have an array of modded controllers created by Geniusmods then you want to match your collection appropriately you want a modded case for your Xbox 360 or PS3. We have a large selection of pre made cases.
- Window mods: This refers to a window placed within one of the panels of a Xbox or PS3 case. This is usually done to the left side, but we are capable of doing this to both sides of the Xbox 360 and PS3 Case. It is also possible to have the top panel placed with a new window, creating the ultimate transparent Xbox 360 or PS3. We include options such as adding LED’s and custom Laser engraving. Our window kit may be modified to hold an LCD screen. Laser engraving can be done on acrylic windows to add a distinct look to your modded case.
- Lighting mods: Geniusmods offers PS3 & Xbox 360 lighting mod. It is generally lighting in or on the Xbox & PS3 cases. Our method is using cold cathode lights (CCLs), LED case fans, or electroluminescent wire lights. The lights are sometimes paired with sound controllers that make the lights pulse in time to sound. CCLs come in long tubes and generally produce a little bit of heat. LEDs come in many sizes and forms, most often seen in bars similar to CCLs or within fans, called LED fans. Electroluminescent wire, which takes the form of a small light rope, is often embedded in cables such as SATA cables.
Lighting mods go hand and hand with window mods to help show off the guts and brains of the console. Some gamers think outside the box where they have a non transparent case with LEDs running through the Xbox Case, allowing light to shine through any holes or gaps of the case which add subtle aesthetics to an otherwise plain looking case; this is also done for practical purposes such as to make a computer double as a night light. Internal components such as case fans, CPU heatsink fans, and power supplies are often available with built in lighting.
- Spray paint: Painting a case is another method of distinguishing your work from others. Spray paint is the common method preferred among noob modders. There are many spray painting guides for amateur modders who are to do it yourselfers but the finish cannot be compared to automotive paint or powder coating which Geniusmods offers, but is a simple way to change the look of a case.
- Vinyl dye: Re-colouring the aesthetics of a case, is another method of highlighting your system and making it different than the rest. Vinyl dye has the advantages of ease of use like spray paint, but is much more durable as it does not chip or scratch off, it also does not create a ‘layer’ like paint on the case.