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Pinned Finally, multi System 16B (Sega)

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opt2not

CPS2 label (repro or not)

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zerox_dogma

Is there sb on the monitor thread?

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nem

Batman Forever sound board harness

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nem

Anyone using a CMVS-RGB pcb for MVS SCART/RGB?

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  • opt2not -

    Replied to the thread Finally, multi System 16B (Sega).

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    looks to me like someone’s asking to be “accidentally” put on the bottom of the list. ;)
  • Dakken -

    Liked Mitsurugi-w’s post in the thread Finally, multi System 16B (Sega).

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    Quote from nio: “You are always out of sockets and pins and mostly basic stuff. Lots of delay for nothing .... ” YOU try to keep track of the 1000s of parts I need for hundreds of products and keep it all together. Its trickier when multiple designs…
  • zerox_dogma -

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    Quote from Anselmo: “If your concern is that the label is a reproduction because it's glossy and in good shape, I think you are over thinking it. The entire shell looks to be well cared for and the label looks original in my opinion. I don' have any…
  • zerox_dogma -

    Liked Anselmo’s post in the thread CPS2 label (repro or not).

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    If your concern is that the label is a reproduction because it's glossy and in good shape, I think you are over thinking it. The entire shell looks to be well cared for and the label looks original in my opinion. I don' have any blue SF Alpha 2 to…
  • KalessinDB -

    Liked Darksoft’s post in the thread Finally, multi System 16B (Sega).

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    @Mitsurugi-w we know this is a complex and manual process. Actually I think you should show someday the manufacturing process that you have in place, so people really understand that this is a hobbist thing.
  • nem -

    Replied to the thread Is there sb on the monitor thread?.

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    Red line means there's no vertical deflection. Put the original vertical size pot back on the chassis and see where that gets you.