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  • Quote from segasonic91: “Exactly where does the video plug in on these things? ” CN7 Check the filter board pinouts a few posts up. It's pretty easy to get these at least booting and displaying an attract screen. Just connect power and video, you don't need anything else (technically you don't even need video, but you probably want to see it working ).

  • You could replace the pin headers with a switch though. Who knows, maybe someone did that with plasia's motherboard.

  • Is there sb on the monitor thread?

    nem - - Monitor Help

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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.

  • Batman Forever sound board harness

    nem - - Sega ST-V

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    C571 is 220uF 16V. I want to say the motherboard should display some boot up text even without a cart plugged in. Have you checked voltages?

  • 15khz and 31khz definitely have a different set of saved settings on the PF. I wouldn't touch B+, but I would turn the screen pot on the flyback. Go in to the test menu, put your brightness and contrast setting in the middle position (either 50 or 100, can't remember) and turn the screen pot clockwise. When the background turns grey you've gone over, turn slightly back. Then calibrate again.

  • That's dynamic convergence that you want to fix. Basically involves putting strips of magnetically permeable metal underneath the yoke to realign the electron beams shooting out of the neck of the monitor. What do you mean dull? Not as bright? The colors don't pop out? Brightness, contrast, cut offs & gains should fix that.

  • I have over a dozen of Toshiba PFs and not once have I ever run anything else except 31khz on them. So yeah, I have no first hand knowledge. However, I too remember reading of two inputs for different voltages, so that's what I would definitely try.

  • That certainly looks like the voltage levels are too high. I would try the other connector.

  • Quote from rtw: “It looks like these are only for the arcade1up cabinets, it will not work with a real arcade PCB” Why wouldn't the raw output work with a real arcade PCB?

  • Quote from PascalP: “Not sure on the 'Zero' unit, I thought it was only intended as a satellite unit and not run games on itself. ” Groove Coaster runs on Zero. Anyway, I don't think there's really any original Taito software you can run on these things and play with regular cab controls. Do what @penrhos did and just use it as a regular (low power) PC.

  • I remember many title screens loading like that on our old PC back in the day. Instant flashbacks.

  • Batman Forever sound board harness

    nem - - Sega ST-V

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    In the Batman Forever manual the audio output is connected straight to speakers, so it's definitely amplified. However, maybe there's a trick to get it to output line level.

  • I like the slow loading! Reminds me of old videogames. Feeling warm and fuzzy all of a sudden.

  • Last I know he couldn't get them working correctly.

  • Quote from BladeZX: “I have looked at the SpinTrak and the TurboTwist 2 but not sure if they will just work out of the box ” They won't work, at least not like the original controllers. The reason is: Quote from brizzo: “The concept is the SpinTrak outputs 1200 pulses per 1 revolution of the knob. Where as the classic Taito style spinner, outputs 300 pulses per 1 revolution (PPR). ”

  • Batman Forever sound board harness

    nem - - Sega ST-V

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    It shouldn't matter that much. You might have to add an extra high to low audio converter in to the mix, but that's all really.

  • Batman Forever sound board harness

    nem - - Sega ST-V

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    Quote from ZoomBoy: “Thank you. Now I need to find someone to make this cables for me. ” This is definitely something you could do by yourself. You just need some wiring, the proper connector pins and housings, and a crimping tool. If you take pics of the sound board we can let you know what kind of connectors you need.

  • Tekken 7 FR Round 2

    nem - - Namco ES1 / ES3

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    There's a five page thread for this already. See this specific post: Tekken 7 FR - How to link?

  • Batman Forever sound board harness

    nem - - Sega ST-V

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    Quote from ZoomBoy: “Does the PSU supply the DC power input ” It does. You will need to make a harness for it. Quote from ZoomBoy: “and the speaker audio output goes directly into the back of the speakers? ” This is correct as well. The audio from the sound amp is already amplified. If you want to use your own amp then you will have to convert the audio to line level.

  • In the PSU. Did you try reinserting the PSU?