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Thread: Turn Old TV's into Arcade Monitors

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    nec are good dual res tubes

    got one sitting on my hardwaste heap atm. if anyone wants me to rescue it. was going to hoard it but getting tight for room
    you can always expect change in life..except from vending machines

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight76 View Post
    How about LG CRT's are they suitable for a chasis? I have one in the garage that is not working. It would be about 68cm id say.
    If you can tell me the yoke readings I can confirm , but in most cases Yes I can match up a chassis to these .

    Quote Originally Posted by narf View Post
    nec are good dual res tubes

    got one sitting on my hardwaste heap atm. if anyone wants me to rescue it. was going to hoard it but getting tight for room
    Come on Shannon , I would leave the car outside to save one of those tubes they are awesome and RARE!!
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    ill bring it back in. ive thought about it all day at work and i think im kicking my self

    plus way home saw a 88cm tv with dual scarts and svid ect. dam it i need a bigger car. plus its made in europe so its a good chance of rgb

    just stole it back now i need a cab for it LOL
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    Sorry guys if you were looking for this thread it has been moved to here now , I first started this thread before I had my own section

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    Hey joey, iv'e already sent an email thru to you but not sure if you received it as it has returned back to me, anyhow i have a 14" Golstar monitor (7+1 pins) and the model number is A34KPU02XX, i need a chassis to suit for cardie cabinet , do you need anymore info on the monitor?. Or is it cheaper for me to buy a ARCADE RGB to TV converter, that way i can use the original chassis, let me know whats best, cheers Al

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    Quote Originally Posted by PARRA View Post
    Hey joey, iv'e already sent an email thru to you but not sure if you received it as it has returned back to me, anyhow i have a 14" Golstar monitor (7+1 pins) and the model number is A34KPU02XX, i need a chassis to suit for cardie cabinet , do you need anymore info on the monitor?. Or is it cheaper for me to buy a ARCADE RGB to TV converter, that way i can use the original chassis, let me know whats best, cheers Al
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    Heres another fine example of a TV used in a Arcade machine which spectacular results (Cheers to The Prof for the TV ). In this case it was a 68cm(29") NEC TV using one of Joeys famous Dual Res chassis.
    I've find the end result is always depends on how good the tube is so depending how picky you are(like me) it may take a few old tubes to get the best result.


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    That looks awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcade King View Post
    Heres another fine example of a TV used in a Arcade machine which spectacular results (Cheers to The Prof for the TV ). In this case it was a 68cm(29") NEC TV using one of Joeys famous Dual Res chassis.
    I've find the end result is always depends on how good the tube is so depending how picky you are(like me) it may take a few old tubes to get the best result.

    Wow that looks awesomely awesome!

    Matthew

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    nice

    those tubes look great. I know gibo has a few running in cabs from my pile i had

    ive got one left out of 13 minty ones. After seen that ill add a cab to fit the upcomming project list

    did you do the tube mod on yours trav

    might be a good one to show us noobs with gibos,joey and your selfs help as you have all done it
    you can always expect change in life..except from vending machines


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