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  • Quote from socalcade: “Are these not pre-drilled because it depends on which replacement monitor we buy? ” No, not at all... You are clearly confused about how this works. The 6 screws you use to attach the mounting bracket to the original frame are larger than stock, so you must drill out the original frame. Zero to do with the monitor mounted inside, and everything to do with attaching the new mounting bracket to the original frame. How much better can I explain it (I even included pictures of…

  • Quote from Kaede: “I guess i could save some money with the countersink drill bit buying it elsewhere but i was getting confused with the screw sizes and degree angles ” I highly recommending getting the countersink bit with the bracket. Also when you use the bit/drill out the 6 holes... Go slow and use a screw to judge the proper depth. You don't need to go that deep (only make the screw head flush) and with this type of drill bit you can just blast it right thru if you aren't careful/go slow.

  • Everyone knows Blanka gets down with da weed man.

  • Quote from tonyt76: “Does the old glass just fit in the frame and you put the new monitor behind it? ” The original frame/glass is reused/recycled, you drill out 6 holes (3 on bottom edge, 3 on top) to mount the new bracket/LCD inside. I9SN14A.jpg 6kPtMwN.jpg Original screw left, new larger screw right (aka why we must drill out the 6 holes)... 8kSmGOI.jpg

  • I don't speak Spanish

  • What should I buy?

    jassin000 - - Neo-Geo MVS and AES

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    Quote from SNK-NEO-GEO: “what are everdrives? Different storage methods also? ” yea depending on extra chips.

  • Quote from twistedsymphony: “I did finally get my remote working because @ekorz was kind enough to bring me his when he visited and I used his to manually program every button on my remote. ” Thought I did that... @ekorz ?

  • What should I buy?

    jassin000 - - Neo-Geo MVS and AES

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    too soon?

  • What should I buy?

    jassin000 - - Neo-Geo MVS and AES

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    Quote from djsheep: “who's complaining? ” FxHBbkL.png

  • What should I buy?

    jassin000 - - Neo-Geo MVS and AES

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    Wait? DID the OP get a 1FZ? Cuz I was going to share this easy stereo mod link from JNX... Oh NM, can't link it fully anyway.

  • The Jassifier

    jassin000 - - Consolization/SuperGun Showcase

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    Quote from meybarra: “What are your thoughts on using this to attenuate video output from an Extron Crosspoint to the OSSC scart input ” Don't let the DSUB connector dissuade you (is was selected to easily connect with the Jammafier) it can be used for any supergun like application. As pointed out by @the Goat this is basically the video only portion of a supergun design. Input looks like this... 8FoakZT.jpg

  • The Jassifier

    jassin000 - - Consolization/SuperGun Showcase

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    Quote from the Goat: “Basically the video (RGBS) signal path from a supergun, broken out into a separate PCB? ” If you have a Jammafier you can't connect it directly to a OSSC because Jammafier isn't processing the video portion at all. The signal is too strong/colors too bright/washed out, and its unsafe for the OSSC. CPS3 test menu when connected directly to the Jammafier (notice how bright/washedout the colors are/no separation lines A~F) NbFlB31.jpg Officially Zim intends you to use a Tri-sy…

  • I have been summoned? Heh for actual reporting I think you want @brizzo

  • Arcade video attenuation to SCART levels, suitable for OSSC's SCART port. NO sync processing only attenuation TTL/75ohm output (supports Taito F3 work-around).

  • I was going to wait for the final version (1.6) PCB to be built, but I decided to just go ahead and release this now! aZQXCyA.png ubPYbPQ.png This device is NOT endorsed or recommended by the creator of the Jammafier! Its purpose/my intention was to provide cheap (currently @ 14.40$ per-PCB-build price) arcade PCB video attenuation to use with OSSC's SCART port. Designed by @Frank_fjs using as many thru-via components as possible for ease of assembly. Beta tested by @wigsplitta and myself (a 3rd…

  • I want to buy that NES N8 Pro on Black Friday, much more than than this Mega Everdrive Pro. The TO cart, while not as nice now, still works fine with all the same basic features.

  • Quote from Coyo5050: “What game should i be on the lookout for a donor board ” For a long time Clutch Hitter was the cheap way to get a System18 motherboard. Don't forget you'll also need a normal 68K CPU/ability to run decrypted sets. Don't buy a Moonwalker, Shadow Dancer or Alien Storm (you'll pay top price for these/easily the best games on the system).

  • Quote from Niko: “You wont have the anti-glare coating but if your going to strip it off anyways.... ” It was easy to peel off, I just soaked a rag in acetone and held it to the edge until it started to soften up enough to peel back.

  • Quote from Derick2k: “Were there any reflections issues, etc between the new monitor and that front glass?? ” I peeled the anti-glare coating off my original glass, it was hazed anyway due to the original op using some harsh chemical cleaner or something. Its just regular old clear glass with a film applied to the surface. With out it/clear glass, yes naturally you get some reflect back but its really not all that bad. Def better without the hazed antiglar then with it.