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  • Home Arcade System

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    Quote from ChuChu Flamingo: “when using a undamned usb decoder with the has you can't disable button 4/5. You need the jamma harness extender RGB makes / plug in a db15 controller to disable first / add a switch as specified in the has manual. ” This has been remedied in later V4 versions (after somebody in this thread had reported the issue). The earlier V4 can be flashed with the new firmware (PM me if you need it).

  • Home Arcade System

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    Quote from lupinko: “Quote from xtrasmiley: “Yeah, maybe on the next HAS revision it can actually be a switch instead of a jumper? But still, isn't it easy to just hold the button down on power on? ” I’ll give it a shot next time. ” There is a software activated switch as mentioned by Frank. It's not saved in eeprom, so you need to repeat the procedure everytime you want to play the VS. The V4.1 (currently in production) does have physical dip switches. @xtrasmiley it will be possible to map sta…

  • Quote from nem: “There's probably no chance of a physical switch on the board itself to enable / disable configuration mode? I love the features the Reco has, I just wish there was a way of 'locking' it. ” I plan on adding that, because some people use it during tournaments!

  • Thanks! The interest I see here warrants another run.

  • Home Arcade System

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    @FakeNoose Not sure about the gscartsw/gcompsw, but to be extra safe you can lower the audio volume on the HAS (if it's the older HAS version with green PCB; newer HAS versions don't have the audio potentiometer) and keep it low at the PCB game. Use your TV's audio volume control.

  • Home Arcade System

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    Quote from St4rwalker: “Quote from Sigvec: “I’d love to buy one of these when they become available. I’ve heard great things! ” Be prepared to wake up with white hair the day you can order one lol ” I don't know where you're coming from with this. You realize I only work on this stuff in my free time? Have you paid money upfront to post such things? It's not the first time.

  • Home Arcade System

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    I don't plan to release other superguns besides the HAS. It's equipped with a video amp.

  • Home Arcade System

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    There's a switch on the HAS that allows you to use buffered or regenerated CSync, please refer to the instruction manual.

  • Home Arcade System

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    Buttons aren't important here. Is the CSync buffered or regenerated? Might be worth checking other displays (PVM), too.

  • Home Arcade System

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    These are the correct traces cut (please check using a multimeter if they're properly cut and there's no short with GND). Honestly, I'll need to think about this one. Is it bad on the PVM 14M4U, too? Edit: What's your CSync type and level setting on the HAS?

  • Home Arcade System

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    @zionfarm Could you please show the underside of the adapter to see which traces were cut? I get pink tint on my PVM when I use RGBS but the monitor is set to YPbPr (BNC connectors are shared in this model), perhaps it's similar in your PVM?

  • G-Darius ver1 autofire

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    You can set another "button 1" using the HAS, but without rapid fire. This way you end up with two buttons "1", one with and the other without rapid fire.

  • CPS2 I/O Interface

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    Bump! More than 20pcs available! 49627210072_da8b6c4e7d_z.jpg

  • Perhaps an AC cable with switch? - atxpowersupplies.com/computer-power-cord-with-switch.php

  • Home Arcade System

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    The HAS uses NeoGeo AES pinout + buttons 5 and 6. Please refer to the HAS manual for detailed info.

  • CPS2 I/O Interface

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    It's compatible with HDMI modded CPS1, CPS2, CPS3. It will also work with the VGA modded MVS (using NEOVGA converter).

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    Quote from zionfarm: “Got it all soldered in, a little tight fit right next to capacitor JP3 with Viletim's NESRGB Component Video Board. @RGB where does the switches need to be and can you explain their purpose please? ” Looks good As for the switches - if both are in the "right" position (just like in that photo) the adapter outputs Component Video, if in the "left" position - RGBS out.

  • Quote from jassin000: “You don't actually need any of these adapters, IF you modify your OSSC. It's been recommended for over a year now, the firmware even supports this so its 100% official/legit from Marcus (aka not a homemade hack). Remember to enable "OSSC AV3 use AV1 RGB" option with the affected systems, and disable for others. For Taito F3, don't forget to additionally increase H-PLL pre and post coast to 4. ” Yes and no. Even if you modify your OSSC, the CSync needs to be TTL level to wo…

  • Quote from zionfarm: “Question for the group and Frank. Will the MD8 to HD15 from @RGB work going to a OSSC? Reason I am asking is my 8 pin Mini Din took a dump on me and I waiting on some to come in stock. ” My adapter is passive, so the minigun would need to output TTL level CSync.

  • I'd make the power traces wider and add multiple vias.