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Everything posted by extendo

  1. That looks like a Missile Command arcade missing the original wiring loom, you will need a AR/Audio Regulator board to get the sound working. You have a revision -02 version pcb which is marked on the board. It takes 6 ROMs which you have, if you purchase an original wiring loom and use the original power supply then you wont need to make a Jamma adapter. Covert the power to a 240v and you are good to go. Pic attached showing the ROMS for the different versions of game boards for Missile Command. - Con
  2. Hey look my old machine, ah the memories. Super clean machine this one, I can see that a few mods has been added to the game. Kick ass sound track on the game, I changed all the LED's to Comet LEDs to give it that sexy look which it works well. The playfield is perfect and so is everything else on this game including that chrome coin door. Has the external headphone speaker kit installed on the coin door so you can hear the audio in super quality. Good luck with the sale mate, definitely a sexy game. - Con
  3. It's dodgy looking, I have it connected to a switching power supply on my test bench, works but doesn't look neat. Flick me a PM if you like and I'll see what setup you have you have and maybe I can help out. - Con
  4. Wha thaaaa, mate this is frick'n awesome for someone who said that they can't do it! When you are finished let me send you a few projects 🙂 It's really well done. - Con
  5. Thank you fellas, abeswick has reached out to me. - Con
  6. Are your boards burnt or just not working? Can have them rebuilt here in Adelaide or have 3 amplifiers rebuilt ready to go. If this is something you like to do, flick me a PM and I'll guide you into the right direction. - Con
  7. They look awesome, happy the way they turned out! Anyone wanting the .STL file to print these here is the link. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3592200 4 inches or 10cm in length will do, 100 percent infill with whatever colour you want. - Con
  8. @Macca101010 Batman™ Cowl 76182 | DC | Buy online at the Official LEGO® Shop AU add to cart and proceed to checkout haha - Con
  9. Hey mate, Unfortunately I don't sorry, I made one with a edge connector for my test bench and connected it to a external Audio Amp to repair my game MC boards. Would be fairly early to make one if you need a jamma setup. - Con
  10. Guys, My crappy de soldering gun kept crapping out, went and purchased a Hakko FR-410. It's unbelievable, removes components perfectly with the right temperature settings and it sucks like its never sucked before lol Anyone looking at getting one of these wont be disappointed, thanks to the previous comments. - Con
  11. Have a great day, happy birthday! - Con
  12. Hey, Added 5 new Jamma Adapters to the 1st post. 1942, Crazy Eyes/Kong Falcon RockOla, Pengo, Rally-X, Sega16. - Con
  13. Looking great, you've progressed a fair bit in a short period of time. - Con
  14. Okay that's cool, so my eyes are okay then haha. Thanks for the heads up, have a good one. - Con
  15. Hey, Cool site, would love to support a local business, can I ask are you selling the Apocalypse's Sega System 16B Multi kit or am I blind and can't see this product available. I am assuming that I can order it only from www.arcade-projects.com at this stage? Thanks mate. - Con
  16. Welcome to the AA, Hard to tell by the pictures you have posted. Are you running a LCD or a CRT monitor? You could start with some basic troubleshooting, with the machine switched OFF and disconnected from the 240V main remove the back cover of the machine. Gently remove and reseat the neck board that's connected the CRT monitor as you should see a redish colour ( neck glow ) on the crt tube ( when the machine is ON ) Careful when placing your fingers on the chassis, you would see a RED, BLUE, GREEN, ( SYNC could be any colour ) make sure this plug is securely connected to the chassis. Snap a few pics of the CRT / Chassis for us to help you out. This is plus that connects to the chassis In the meantime here is a great video so that you can familiarize yourself before damaging the machine or blowing yourself up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfVv5VXdjQk Added this for you. Manual https://www.gamesdatabase.org/Media/SYSTEM/Arcade//Manual/formated/Point_Blank_2_-_1999_-_Namco.pdf Good luck! - Con
  17. The ROM PCB board has been redesigned to take 11 x 2732's EPROMs instead of the dreaded 2532's which are located in socket IC2 and IC3. Most of the ribbon cables go bad on these boards over the years, new 40 Pin IDC Lock type header have been installed for ease of use and can be replaced anytime if needed. The ROM board will also come with new populated IC’s but will not come with the EPROMs due to copyright. The Widget board also has been redesigned to take a 20 Pin IDC Lock Type head socket as these ribbon cables also tend to fail over time. New ribbon cable are included with the Boards; every component is new. These have been tested by myself and work perfectly. Price ROM Board = $97.00 with new IC’s Widget Board = $67.00 with new IC’s This includes delivery in Australia. ROM Board Widget Board - Con
  18. Thanks to everyone who reached out, had fun selling this one. To the buyer congrats you'll be super happy with this machine as it's Stern's best. - Con
  19. Not at this stage, but you never know. Done, should arrive within the next few weeks with the others. - Con
  20. Haha mate, lost my mind back in 83 🙂 - Con
  21. Thank you, forsure some of the best games made on that platform. - Con
  22. Hi guys, Made here in Adelaide these Jamma Adapters will allow you to play old school game boards in a Jamma arcade. Each adapter lists the games that will suit the games needed to play. Please check your Jamma pinout before purchasing. Cost $25 shipped anywhere in Australia. Capcom Classic Konami Midway Galaxian Midway Pacman Namco Galaxian Nichibutsu Terra Cresta Phoenix 1942 Crazy Kong, Crazy Eyes, Falcon, Rock Ola Pengo Rally-X Sega16 More to come. Thanks - Con
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