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    • K405 wrote:

      But would you consider offering parts as a DIY kit? I'd be happy building my own, guess I could sacrifice my existing HAS if I wanted to, but maybe you could consider offering just parts, so you don't spent time on building them yourself. Just an idea.
      A DIY version of HAS PCB is out of question, I get tons of different questions and barely have time to support people with their setup problems, cabling etc. as it is.
      Some kind of kit where you just need your own case, power supply and JAMMA harness makes more sense, but again guys - it's too early to promise anything, we only started to talk about it yesterday, please give it some time, I want to have something tangible first.
    • RGB wrote:

      K405 wrote:

      But would you consider offering parts as a DIY kit? I'd be happy building my own, guess I could sacrifice my existing HAS if I wanted to, but maybe you could consider offering just parts, so you don't spent time on building them yourself. Just an idea.
      A DIY version of HAS PCB is out of question, I get tons of different questions and barely have time to support people with their setup problems, cabling etc. as it is.Some kind of kit where you just need your own case, power supply and JAMMA harness makes more sense, but again guys - it's too early to promise anything, we only started to talk about it yesterday, please give it some time, I want to have something tangible first.
      That's a shame, I'd hoped people with issues would end up here, and we as a community would help them out with support. But I totally understand your position. Maybe in the future you could have official installer/builders, a sort of quality program, service center if you will, like game-tech.us is for Marshall's Ultra HDMI

      Anyways, whatever it is or will be, looking forward to anything you are cooking. ^^
      Darksoft: CPS2, ST-V, F3, MVS
      RGB: HAS v2.1
      Undamned: 2x DB15 USB dec
      marqs: OSSC v1.5 (audiomod)
      superg: GSCART switch v3.4
      Vector-Labs: NAMCO SYS1 4 in 1 (vert)
    • mukurofish wrote:

      Well I’ll be damned...had no idea that existed lol. I guess that settles the enclosure to be DB15 only then :P
      This is what I was trying to figure out. If using the UD-USB would have the DB15 ports left free but looking at the pics of the HAS it looks as if there are only two DB15 ports and if using the USB these are taken up so no more DB15 ports available, also stops one from using the Saturn adaptor. If these can somehow be easily wired/soldered/plugged to the HAS with some sort of disconnect then all the ports can be incorporated into the Supergun front panel allowing for all usage scenarios. Dont know if this would be possible at all and being able to auto select each one or choose 3P4P @RGB ?

      Which brings me to my next question: Can one use the 3P4P adaptor to house the UD-USB whilst also having the regular DB15 plugs there and having the inputs be selectable?
    • RGB wrote:

      K405 wrote:

      But would you consider offering parts as a DIY kit? I'd be happy building my own, guess I could sacrifice my existing HAS if I wanted to, but maybe you could consider offering just parts, so you don't spent time on building them yourself. Just an idea.
      A DIY version of HAS PCB is out of question, I get tons of different questions and barely have time to support people with their setup problems, cabling etc. as it is.Some kind of kit where you just need your own case, power supply and JAMMA harness makes more sense, but again guys - it's too early to promise anything, we only started to talk about it yesterday, please give it some time, I want to have something tangible first.

      Do you mean build the HAS PCB or build the supergun enclosure? I think it sounds like he means the kit to build the Supergun enclosure and not the PCB itself.
    • The Spaniard wrote:

      RGB wrote:

      K405 wrote:

      But would you consider offering parts as a DIY kit? I'd be happy building my own, guess I could sacrifice my existing HAS if I wanted to, but maybe you could consider offering just parts, so you don't spent time on building them yourself. Just an idea.
      A DIY version of HAS PCB is out of question, I get tons of different questions and barely have time to support people with their setup problems, cabling etc. as it is.Some kind of kit where you just need your own case, power supply and JAMMA harness makes more sense, but again guys - it's too early to promise anything, we only started to talk about it yesterday, please give it some time, I want to have something tangible first.
      Do you mean build the HAS PCB or build the supergun enclosure? I think it sounds like he means the kit to build the Supergun enclosure and not the PCB itself.
      Either is fine for me, but HAS PCB is out of the question which I understand, although the OSSC is also available as a kit.. ;) but a boxed supergun kit would be cool too!
      Darksoft: CPS2, ST-V, F3, MVS
      RGB: HAS v2.1
      Undamned: 2x DB15 USB dec
      marqs: OSSC v1.5 (audiomod)
      superg: GSCART switch v3.4
      Vector-Labs: NAMCO SYS1 4 in 1 (vert)
    • Have you ever thought of producing a barebone version of the HAS?

      without DB15, video or audio or whatever ports.. only screw terminals (also for the voltmeter and the rgb controls)

      That way it would be easier for everybody to integrate this barebone HAS in customs cases (I'm thinking of U1 19" cases for myself, for example)
      LOAD "*",8,1
    • deibit wrote:

      Have you ever thought of producing a barebone version of the HAS?

      without DB15, video or audio or whatever ports.. only screw terminals (also for the voltmeter and the rgb controls)

      That way it would be easier for everybody to integrate this barebone HAS in customs cases (I'm thinking of U1 19" cases for myself, for example)
      I had tons of visions, but it' difficult to please everyone. I can't afford to design and order multiple versions of HAS (and how many of each?), find time to assemble them, find room to store them + shipping boxes, and see if they sell or not. The quantities produced are also too small to outsource the production to China, so there you go.

      The current version is the most streamlined design in terms of assembly and performance, it just works.

      Like I said, please give me some more time to think it through, I have some rough idea how I want to approach it, I just need to find time to sit down and design the PCB.

      @GuileWinQuote - I'll put you on the waiting list, no worries.
    • @RGB, i wrote a PM yesterday evening, i would be happy to be on the waiting list as well :thumbsup:
      Darksoft: CPS2, MVS, Taito F3, Sega ST-V
      Apocalypse: Irem M72
      Others: Naomi Netboot, Taito GNet
      RGB: HAS 3.1
      Frank_fjs: Sentinel Supergun, 4xMD2NEO (2 old, 2 new), 2xSNES2NEO, Jamma Extender w. Kick extension
      XianXi: Spitfire
      Cab: Sega Blast City (2930), Sega New Astro City
      VAPS
    • RGB wrote:

      About the "full" HAS supergun solution - sorry guys, not happening soon, too much stuff on my plate at the moment. We can come back to this in a few months. One thing is certain, though - it would be extremely limited in quantity, 3-4 units tops, just to see how it goes for me, but I know it's not something I seek to do in larger quantities.
      really love the supergun full setup there
      Can you please let me know where do you buy the plastic enclosure box?