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    I have a few extra for anyone still interested....

    Dont forget to PM me your name and address so I can send the PCB to you when you pay everyone
    Always interested in Retro and Current gaming

    https://www.gamedude.com.au

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    OK I am pretty sure all the 48 in 1's have been sent out...
    Can anyone who has paid give me some feedback when they get them please
    Anyone who does not receive one in the next 7 days chase me up and I will see where it went...

    If anyone else wants some I have a steady supply now...

    Dorian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameDude View Post
    OK I am pretty sure all the 48 in 1's have been sent out...
    Can anyone who has paid give me some feedback when they get them please
    Anyone who does not receive one in the next 7 days chase me up and I will see where it went...

    If anyone else wants some I have a steady supply now...

    Dorian.
    Let me know when they put Bubble Bobble on it and Zippy / Traverse USA, then I'll upgrade

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    Mine arrived yesterday. Very happy

    Edit:

    Okay, forgot to ask. I found the pinout for the fingerboard on it on Jamma's site, and can see a VGA out, but what are the other connectors on it?

    Thanks in Advance.
    Last edited by Simon_A; 14th December 2007 at 06:23 AM.

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    There is an audio jack for output and the little orange dial is volume 'on the fly'.

    The rest is for the programmers.

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    Thank you oh wise one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_A View Post
    Okay, forgot to ask. I found the pinout for the fingerboard on it on Jamma's site, and can see a VGA out, but what are the other connectors on it?

    Thanks in Advance.
    The manual has the pinout for the PCB in it as well as the dip switches....
    Its basically Jamma but you should always check...

    OK around the PCB....
    JAMMA connector, Audio jack (master volume pot is there as well) VGA plug, 4pin PC style molex power and right around the other side is a serial program port..

    You can use these thing in JAMMA arcade cabinets with 15Khz monitors and mono sound or custom setups with PC power supplies and monitors with stereo speakers...
    Always interested in Retro and Current gaming

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    Ahh cool.
    So you can run one of these with a PC PSU instead of an arcade one?
    Im gonna use the VGA out to a LCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_A View Post
    Ahh cool.
    So you can run one of these with a PC PSU instead of an arcade one?
    Im gonna use the VGA out to a LCD.
    Yes, ATX PSU you will need to bridge the green wire (standby voltage) to GND.. That will make it stay on or an AT PSU with the normal switchy will also work.
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    A couple of questions:

    1. Is the audio output amplified or is it line level (ie. 1vpp - 50 ohms)..?

    2. Can it be set up to only allow some games to appear on the menu list..?

    3. What is the current draw of the PCB..?


    Hoops

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