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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    I should still have them somewhere. I'm away from my main system at the moment but I should be able to get them for you next week. They are strictly use at your own risk though...I'm not as good as Frank by a long shot
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    Sorry I haven't actually tried to build the circuit. I got caught up in leading the programming for the USB2DB15 project and kinda forgot... Sorry.
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    Open Source USB2DB15 for Supergun adapter

    [0.13.6] - 2020-09-28 Added - Added Support for Qanba Obsidian in PS3 and PS4 modes Additionally this stick was sent to me by Frank with help from Raph_friend and Suverman and I'd like to thank them for it. :)
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    Open Source USB2DB15 for Supergun adapter

    [0.12.0] - 2020-09-11 Changed Profiles are now per controller rather than shared between all controllers There are now only 4 profiles, they are mapped to SELECT + directional(UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT) Adapters can remember up to 10 controllers, if more then 10 are plugged in, the oldest one will...
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    Missing Logo/weird "Shadows" on sprites for Bad Dudes

    I resocketed all the rom chips but one large Intel chip which was effectively blocked by a large capacitor. I can make a try at it later but while I had it apart I took some pictures of the board. Additionally I'll link to a video of the game in action. The lack of sound is an issue with my...
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    Missing Logo/weird "Shadows" on sprites for Bad Dudes

    Greetings. I'm a new to this hobby. I impulse bought a Bad Dudes vs Dragon Ninja at a garage sale. It was marked as working. I then needed some way to play it so I ordered a Parsec Supergun PCB and the parts and I assembled it. Finally the Parsec uses an ATX power supply so I pulled a 550w...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    @Frank_fjs I'll reach out to him. I figured I wasn't the only one to have this idea but I'm glad to see that it is open source! Yeah I'm using a Host Shield and am using the same library myself. I've had pretty mixed results myself with general HiD, mostly around no standardization of...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    Nice! Are you thinking of open sourcing the microcontroller code? I would love to help out if you need it. I've been experimenting with USB to DB15 using different Arduinos (Mega and Uno) with the hopes of one building it directly into my supergun. I've been focusing on 2 problems that I have...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    The Minigun works fine and outputs the sound on the din8/din9...but my modification is for those that do not want to use SCART, thus are not using the din8/din9. It could be reworked into using the SCART dins but it's nice as a Hat
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    This is the final revision before I order a prototype, unless someone notices something wrong with the board. It's basically a completely new hat. I also had to make a few minor changes to the minigun itself. I'm still not completely happy with the stand off hole situation, and my trace routing...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    Here is an updated version using the CXA2075M. There are some changes to align it to the reference documentation I found on Console5, but it essentially functions the same. I also swapped the RCA connector out so that it uses one that is found on Mouser and Digikey rather than a questionable one...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    I'm using the BH7236AF since I could find the spec sheet for it, but I'm not terribly committed to it. If CXA2075 has better results it wouldn't be too hard to switch over to it. They have the same pin out, just need to change a capacitor and change how the YTRAP works (CX uses a resistor to...
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    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    Greetings, I'm am not sure if this is the place for this, but I am new to the Home Arcade life and I really like the idea of building my own super gun, but alas I lack a OSSC or really anyway of consuming an RGB signal. This gave me an idea, since I do have a way to work with S-Video and the...
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    Greetings

    Greetings all, I am new to this forum and the whole Home Arcade life in general. I am very interested in electronics and programming and as such am looking forward to building my first supergun. I lack knowledge but I hope you will all stick with me. NearlyLogical
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