Compact CPS2 Test Setup

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    • Compact CPS2 Test Setup

      Needed something with a small footprint for testing InfiniKey CPS2 installs at a show :)



      Had the PSone screen packed away in the garage for eons and now it finally will see some good use (the speakers aren't half bad, either!). The little cable is a SCPH-10130 AV passthrough/breakout cable (even has an S-Video jack on other side).
      -ud
      Darksoft Multi: CPS2/3, F3, ST-V, NEO ║ Cab: Namco Exceleena 1
      Scan Converter: Micomsoft XRGB2+, Silicon Optix ImageAnyplace
      Monitor: Amiga 1080, BenQ RL2460, Pioneer KRP-500M
    • Looks cute :) Perfect with the SD Pocket characters :P

      I have one of those screens somewhere in France, and wanted to get another for a small test bench, but the prices of them is ridiculous nowadays.
      Multi Systems: Sega STV + DS Multi | CPS2 + DS Multi | CPS3 + DS Multi | Taito F3 + DS Multi | MVS + DS Multi | Naomi 2 + Pi Netboot | Atomiswave | Taito G-Net + 2011 Bios | Taito TypeX2 + Niko Multi | M72 + Apo Multi
      Cabs: Tecmo Kyotaro | Tekken 5 NNC
    • Those screens can accept a real RGB signal... if you mod it right. I guess ultimate picture quality is not the point though here.
      Woodies: Xevious, Millipede Cocktail, Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Donkey Kong, Joust Cocktail, Space Invaders, 3-KOAM Red Angle
      Candies: 3x Aero City, New Astro City, 2x Blast City, Net City, Crowin Case 203
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    • Yup that's why they are nice for test benches! But you use to find them for 35-50 bucks, like everything it inflated a lot recently. Supply and demand and retro-hype :)
      Multi Systems: Sega STV + DS Multi | CPS2 + DS Multi | CPS3 + DS Multi | Taito F3 + DS Multi | MVS + DS Multi | Naomi 2 + Pi Netboot | Atomiswave | Taito G-Net + 2011 Bios | Taito TypeX2 + Niko Multi | M72 + Apo Multi
      Cabs: Tecmo Kyotaro | Tekken 5 NNC
    • KaPH33n wrote:

      Those screens can accept a real RGB signal... if you mod it right. I guess ultimate picture quality is not the point though here.
      You have to mod it to accept RGB? What is it running when plugged directly into a PSone (I know for certain it's not composite video).
      -ud
      Darksoft Multi: CPS2/3, F3, ST-V, NEO ║ Cab: Namco Exceleena 1
      Scan Converter: Micomsoft XRGB2+, Silicon Optix ImageAnyplace
      Monitor: Amiga 1080, BenQ RL2460, Pioneer KRP-500M
    • undamned wrote:

      KaPH33n wrote:

      Those screens can accept a real RGB signal... if you mod it right. I guess ultimate picture quality is not the point though here.
      You have to mod it to accept RGB? What is it running when plugged directly into a PSone (I know for certain it's not composite video).
      Ah, sorry I didn't read closely enough. I was thinking you used the screen with an svideo signal because you mentioned the breakout had one. Now that I look more closely you're essentially just using that thing as a playstation av extension cable, which does carry rgbs.
      Woodies: Xevious, Millipede Cocktail, Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Donkey Kong, Joust Cocktail, Space Invaders, 3-KOAM Red Angle
      Candies: 3x Aero City, New Astro City, 2x Blast City, Net City, Crowin Case 203
      VAPS