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  • mathewbeall -

    Replied to the thread New Generation Metal Shell For Dreamcast.

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    Hi Folks - after doing a bunch of back and forth testing with hursit tonight - I am pretty sure it was my large SD card causing the issue (256MB). While this worked fine in my original dreamcast case, it didn't like it so much in the new case. I had a…
  • AlxUnderBase -

    Liked Apocalypse’s post in the thread Brezzasoft Crystal System conversions.

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    Quote from djsheep: “ Q2: A1266Y Transitor Q3: C3198Y Transistor ” Ordered. Quote from ekorz: “It is a stereo b103 pot and thankfully matches the footprint of a Gameboy Advance volume pot perfectly, you just have to bend the pins to fit…
  • thegreathopper -

    Replied to the thread Namco Noir advice.

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    The new cab looks great Horris, I have some art in mine and got the lights under the CP working.
  • invzim -

    Liked Joe’s post in the thread Toshiba d29c051 jamma problem (New Net City).

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    Hope everyone is well. I felt I ought to give an update to close the circle. In the end I replaced the monitor as even with adjusting the pots, and even a replacement chassis it remained dull. The replacement monitor (Toshiba D29C356) is bright and…
  • djsheep -

    Liked Apocalypse’s post in the thread Brezzasoft Crystal System conversions.

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    Quote from djsheep: “ Q2: A1266Y Transitor Q3: C3198Y Transistor ” Ordered. Quote from ekorz: “It is a stereo b103 pot and thankfully matches the footprint of a Gameboy Advance volume pot perfectly, you just have to bend the pins to fit…
  • Apocalypse -

    Replied to the thread Brezzasoft Crystal System conversions.

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    Quote from djsheep: “ Q2: A1266Y Transitor Q3: C3198Y Transistor ” Ordered. Quote from ekorz: “It is a stereo b103 pot and thankfully matches the footprint of a Gameboy Advance volume pot perfectly, you just have to bend the pins to fit…
  • Quote from nam9: “Neat! Did you make that breakout yourself or pick it up from somewhere? Colour me interested in one! ” Cheers. Good point, I'll update the post now and future posts with part numbers. The breakout is a sparkfun unit from digikey.
  • Layer33 -

    Replied to the thread Nesica RFID card readers K92X0331B pinout.

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    Are these pinouts correct ? Quote: “N1 PIN 1 +5V PIN 2 TX PIN 3 RX PIN 4 GND PIN 5 FGND N2 PIN 1 +5V PIN 2 NESICA LED -RED- PIN 3 NESICA LED -GREEN- PIN 4 NESICA LED -BLUE- PIN 5 GND ” Do I have to use N1 only with a TX3 mobo ?