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  • I am having a personal problem with edge connectors. And I'm suspecting that its because no one has ever sat me down and had that father son talk about connector types. So let me start off with what I know. The most obvious is if you see this you are looking at jamma arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…be66d95a10cf1aced7a0ae8f4 If you see this you are looking at 8 liner arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…be66d95a10cf1aced7a0ae8f4 If you made one of these in your spare time, you either have a bootleg ms p…

  • Golden Tee 99 no video

    deep6 - - General Arcade Tech Help

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    Thanks for the recommendation. And yes that was a typo, I meant 5.05v. Cheers!

  • Golden Tee 99 no video

    deep6 - - General Arcade Tech Help

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    Well crap... I found U1, and its this chip right here arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…be66d95a10cf1aced7a0ae8f4 I inspected this really close with a magnifying glass and I see 1 specific section that looks like there could possibly be a disconnected pin (you cannot really see it that well in the picture) arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…be66d95a10cf1aced7a0ae8f4 I am not sure quite how to handle that. Its so small I could not get a soldering tip in there, I might try hitting it with a heat gun, but…

  • Golden Tee 99 no video

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    Hi All, I am currently working on a Golden Tee 99 board, trying to get it to wake up. It's one of those "untested" ebay purchases. When I got the board I did an inspection and comparison of other pics of the pcb and also matched it to my Golden Tee 98 which looks to be a nearly Identical board. The first thing I noticed is one of the caps was missing. There are only 2 caps on this board so I replaced them both (I thought it was an ace in the hole) I also unbent some of the pins on the connectors…

  • Quote from Frank_fjs: “Do you have a CRT monitor at all, capable of accepting an RGB signal via scart? ” Unfortunately I don't. In fact seeing what people are charging for them, especially on ebay ($300-$500 some even $1000) I found the encoder boards for $20 as a cheap alternative. But I have been watching CL in my area to see if a good deal on one pops up. It would be nice to see the difference on a real crt. Quote from PekArcadeGamer: “Quote from deep6: “I KNEW IT! I KNEW THERE WERE JAMMA NIN…

  • I KNEW IT! I KNEW THERE WERE JAMMA NINJAS OUT THERE!!!! It is 5:37 on a Wednesday in Ohio and I just did the touchdown dance! which is really un-natural... I followed both your advice. -Ditched the jamma extender -set +5v to 5.31 (5.10 on the board) -Set the vertical position on the encoder to 28 And I'll be dammed if one board popped up and played PERFECT! Its too early to find my phone and take a pic (I cant even remember my last name until I have coffee) I popped the other board on and it sto…

  • Holy crap look at the replies! You guys rock! here are links to my gear ( this is NOT a commercial for amazon, its just to tell everyone what I'm using ) cheap Chinese harness : amazon.com/gp/product/B01MT9MP…04__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 likely cheap Chinese Power supply: amazon.com/gp/product/B07F1D1Q…02__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 cheap Chinese Harness extension: amazon.com/gp/product/B01LXTYE…01__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 cheap Chinese encoder board for flat screen: amazon.com/gp/product/B01IBJCA…02__o00…

  • Hello all, I dove into this hobby about 2 months ago and all was going well. I built a basic jamma test rig to test boards out as I buy them. Its basically a control box with jamma harness and power supply built into it and one of these cheap CGA/EGA/YUV/RGB to VGA HD Video Converter Boards built into it to convert the display from the jamma harness to VGA (flatscreen monitor). I put 2 dedicated voltage meters on the power supply so I could see the levels of power coming from the 12v and 5v post…