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  1. the Goat

    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    I have the files for Minigun Standard version 1.7 PM me if you need them.
  2. the Goat

    CPS1 Multi. Official Thread

    Production boards used yellow RCA sockets for audio out. You don't need coax cable. Use thin gauge stranded "hook up" wire. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073RDGTPB
  3. the Goat

    DARKSOFT CPS1 Multi - Support thread

    RoHS -- the EU rule that forced the industry switch to lead free solder -- is nearly twenty years old (January 2003). So not much of the hardware we discuss on this forum is affected. But still a non-zero amount.
  4. the Goat

    DARKSOFT CPS1 Multi - Support thread

    Leaded solder is much easier to work with. It melts at lower temperatures. So it puts less stress on the PCB traces and components. Less chance of cold solder joints. etc. etc. etc.
  5. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    Wow. Apparently I accidentally pissed in Bigblue's cornflakes. I apologize to everybody else for the distraction.
  6. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    Did you ever start a thread to discuss where to buy AV cables? I searched after I suggested you do that and I searched again just now. I can't find the thread if you made one. The HAS doesn't use a proprietary AV cable. The 8 pin mini DIN RGB cable is something of an industry standard. This...
  7. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    It looks like you miss very little! The power supply question is also off topic. In that case I thought providing the answer was the quickest way to stop the distraction. But now we are on another tangent. I guess I was wrong.
  8. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    Mean Well RT-85A
  9. the Goat

    CPS1 Multi. Official Thread

    The original Q-sound chip was manufactured thirty years ago. The FPGA chip was manufactured last year. That is the only difference.
  10. the Goat

    UD-USB Decoders

    Specifically you need to power it through the D-sub 15 port. Easiest way is usually by plugging it into a supergun.
  11. the Goat

    APOCALYPSE Sega System 18 Official Interest Check and Wait List

    No. I was referring to the main PCB (ie. motherboard). Specifically because the ROM board is replaced by the S18 multi, that means the donor game (that you get the main PCB from) is irrelevant (all games will work).
  12. the Goat

    APOCALYPSE Sega System 18 Official Interest Check and Wait List

    I'm pretty sure, the S18 multi replaces the ROM board in its entirety. So the game providing the donor PCB should be irrelevant.
  13. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    You should start your own thread to discuss that. The cable I use didn't cost $70cad.
  14. the Goat

    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    You have to order the blank PCB from a PCB manufacturer. Or buy it from somebody who resells them. I used to resell them. But I don't have any stock remaining. Everything else should be included in the BOM from digikey. Except maybe wires for the power supply cable.
  15. the Goat

    Minigun Supergun - An Open Source Supergun

    I don't think it is any more complicated than soldering each component to the appropriate location on the PCB. Do you have specific questions?
  16. the Goat

    DARKSOFT CPS1 Multi - Support thread

    Maybe the C board encryption keys are not getting updated? What game was your original CPS1 stack?
  17. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    Did you disable button 6 on the jamma edge?
  18. the Goat

    CPS1 Multi. Official Thread

    Ah, I see. Can't you leave the cabinet's coin box door open and just flick the lever coins toggle? That is what I do on my cabinet. Eventually I plan to wire an auxiliary coin up button.
  19. the Goat

    CPS1 Multi. Official Thread

    I use Undamned DB15 USB Decoders with PS3/PS4 USB fight sticks. Coin up is mapped to select. Start is mapped to Start.
  20. the Goat

    Home Arcade System

    Eh, not my cup of tea.
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