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Thread: Jomacs Universal Chassis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adeptus
    How big are these compared to the circuitry in a standard TV?
    (I guess it varies a bit, but in general?)

    ie, could you swap the TV PCBs for these to make a benchtop test monitor?
    Yes you could although a Commodore 1084s is still the best test rig monitor

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    I got a regular 1084 and for a 20 year old monitor, it still kicks ass!

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    Heres the new chassis Jomac have in now. I asked Joey about a uni chassis that had remote adjustments that would be ideal for cocktail machines(well any machine). Saves sticking you hand in back of the machine and risking getting fried...and here she is.


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    Damn that's a good looking chassis. Uncluttered.. low component count... not many caps by the looks of it.

    Probably very reliable.

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    I agree they are great... sure beats 20 year old chassis with crap controls...

    I have just about finished two TV conversions... one for Elvis and one for myself... Mine will be my new test rig monitor complete with PSU and line V+ level indicators and adjusters.
    Its fully documented and I will be posting the conversion on the arcade website soon...
    Always interested in Retro and Current gaming

    https://www.gamedude.com.au

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    Do they run at 31kHz, or 15 only?

    Cheers,
    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameDude View Post
    Its fully documented and I will be posting the conversion on the arcade website soon...
    Excellent. Nice to share your knowledge. I know it will benefit many including myself.
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    The Pinny Parlour Welcomes you to Aussie Arcade.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OzStick View Post
    Do they run at 31kHz, or 15 only?

    Cheers,
    Chris
    15 only I belive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzStick View Post
    Do they run at 31kHz, or 15 only?

    Cheers,
    Chris
    Joey has more than one model to choose from, the 15k unit is cheaper and the 31k is a different unit and cost a fraction more I think. He loaned me one for an experiment that failed but it was a very nice chassis
    Always interested in Retro and Current gaming

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameDude View Post
    I have just about finished two TV conversions... one for Elvis and one for myself.
    End result was brilliant. I need to take some hi-res shots of the setup and post it here once the gameroom is complete.


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