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    Jfonzy - - RGB's lab

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    Looking in to a Jamma extension harness- are they all relatively safe? or are there some that are or are not recommended?

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    Quote from arcadeqc: “Very nice! What connector are you using for the 4P adapter? Quote from Jfonzy: “Hjhj1gA.jpg Got my HAS and it's all assembled. Thanks RGB! Was wondering if this power supply would work. I'm no electrician and a run down of how to manage power when using this would be really helpful. I don't want to fry the HAS or my arcade PCBs. Also looking for recommendations on a good control stick that's not ridiculously expensive. ” ” Konami I have TMNT and Sunset Riders. The Sunset Ri…

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    Quote from RGB: “Try this - twistedquarter.com/index.php?m…roduct_info&products_id=4 or this ebay.com/itm/POWER-SUPPLY-SWIT…41b431:g:v6sAAOSw-itXrND- Less expensive and MUCH better than Wei-Ya. ” Awesome. Thanks!

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    Hjhj1gA.jpg Got my HAS and it's all assembled. Thanks RGB! Was wondering if this power supply would work. I'm no electrician and a run down of how to manage power when using this would be really helpful. I don't want to fry the HAS or my arcade PCBs. Also looking for recommendations on a good control stick that's not ridiculously expensive.

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    I just requested to get on the list a few days ago, so I’m hopeful, but realistic

  • Gonna chime in here for plasmas. Landed this PDP-607CMX for $200 and love it. All the hookups you want, pretty much true black, 60”, high enough resolution (for me anyway), beautiful phosphor color.. yeah it’s hot, yeah there is image retention. The pros heavily outweigh the cons! cHRTNPM.jpg C1Ocl37.jpgM306yC8.jpgLLqdGBR.jpg

  • Quote from jassin000: “Quote from nem: “so technically it's 6 inputs (up, down, left, right, A, B) times 4 characters. Surely there's a rotary switch for the job? Mind you, it's probably not going to be a cheap part. ” I've got a bunch of old 4:1 8pin mini din rotary switches (before I went with a SCART auto switch this is how I changed video input on my xRGB/OSSC).They are pretty cheap, I think I spent about 10$~15$ a pop. If you made all your controller heads 8pin, you could easily use this sw…

  • Quote from ZuPoint: “On a jamma extention or finger board pcb just jump from 1p up to 2p up to 3p up and 4p up, rinse and repeat for all inputs. Fit this just like any jamma adaptor between pcb and jamma loom. ( easy to remove if not needed ) Can't see this being an issue as kids always bash the non playing turtle controls when only one player in game( back in the day )even if you did credit up two turtles in same game they would just copy all moves. " Duh who turned the lights out " ” one conce…

  • Quote from ZuPoint: “On a jamma extention or finger board pcb just jump from 1p up to 2p up to 3p up and 4p up, rinse and repeat for all inputs. Fit this just like any jamma adaptor between pcb and jamma loom. ( easy to remove if not needed ) Can't see this being an issue as kids always bash the non playing turtle controls when only one player in game( back in the day )even if you did credit up two turtles in same game they would just copy all moves. " Duh who turned the lights out " ” yeah it s…

  • Quote from twistedsymphony: “what is your goal for this project? as in what is the reason you want 4 players routed to a single player's control? ” To be able to select which turtle I want to use on the 1P panel. You can’t select your turtle unless you have the 2P ROM installed, which I don’t want to do. The only way to select your turtle in 4P is by inputting a credit on that turtle’s respective coin slot and using that turtle’s controls. So, instead of making four controller ports and plugging…

  • Quote from ZuPoint: “How about linking joystick / action outputs together at jamma edge ( not pcb ) 1p controls to 2p 3p up etc so one joystick is inputing all players ( but only the one your playing ) I would do all links on a jamma extender so can be removed after. So your control panel will have one joystick and one set of buttons ( all linked )and You just need 4 buttons to the turtles credit ( to pick which ever ) Let us know how you get on. Pizza Time! ” yeah I guess that would still work …

  • Quote from ekorz: “Quote from Jfonzy: “Quote from ekorz: “cab or supergun? ” nothing yet, just have the board and the 3/4 player harnesses. I don’t have a supergun yet, so I figured I’d make it a console for now. ” Consolized TMNT? That’s a lot of work for one pcb (and the controller isn’t the hard part). But you could build controllers and ports (db15 is my go-to) like a regular console. Then just plug whatever controller into whichever port you want. I’d recommend a supergun to save yourself a…

  • Quote from Mitsurugi-w: “Maybe it would work if you wired all the buttons but just used the switch to apply ground to the player you want to use? ” that’s a great idea!

  • Quote from ekorz: “cab or supergun? ” nothing yet, just have the board and the 3/4 player harnesses. I don’t have a supergun yet, so I figured I’d make it a console for now.

  • Well I was just thinking of 1-player, so yeah, for sure could do the 2-player ROM. But it would be nice to be able to have the 4-player option if desired. So if I had this “magic stick” I could keep the 4-player while still being able to select whichever turtle I want. Or I could just make four sticks BUT WHERE’S THE FUN IN THAT!? XD So.. I need (6) 4-position switches for each input. arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…9e32528daf653affd74bffd57

  • Hey guys I’m new. Has anybody ever made a 1-player stick for 4-player TMNT with a switch installed that can play any turtle? Ideally you’d have four individual credit buttons for each turtle that would also act as the switch to the controller wiring for that turtle. My guess is that this would be extremely difficult to do if not impossible, but I have no clue. Here’s a drawing of the idea with external buttons/dial switch. arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…9e32528daf653affd74bffd57

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    Quote from xtrasmiley: “^^My man, what a great first pick up! The game rocks, but if you only want to play it two player, swap the ROMs out and as a two player game you'll be able to choose your turtle on start. ” Thanks! If had to only buy one PCB, this one is up there. Probably what I will do is make my own sticks and see if I can wire four credit buttons for each turtle. The trick will be getting the one controller to be able to switch to any turtle, since normally each one is hardwired to ea…

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    Hey @RGB! I’ve picked up my first lonely PCB, a TMNT 4-player. Looking to consolize it, and found your supergun and 3/4 player TMNT adapter. I know the HAS has a waiting list (which I’d like to get on), but what about the 3/4 player adapter? So my list is: - HAS - Konami 3/4 player adapter - HD15 converter OMr1lt9.jpg v43oJWt.jpg