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Hi guys sorry to bother everyone if a thread exist about this topic. I bought a Taito Type x3 and a Fast I/O board and I can find any way to connect this. What cable do I need ? Where can I buy those ? Please Help and Thanks.
 

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Which Fast IO board do you have?
There are 3 different versions as far as I know.
1. Original Vewlix Fast IO PCB
2. Universal Fast IO PCB
3. Jamma/Fast IO PCB

Nr. 1 & 2 only have the black 60pin connector for input and would require you to crimp a harness which plugs into your cab
Nr. 3 can easily be connected to Jamma inputs and has Fast IO output then

but as you mention you have a Jamma cab, which one? Which monitor? As TTX3 does NOT output low res 15KHz video
 

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Which Fast IO board do you have?
There are 3 different versions as far as I know.
1. Original Vewlix Fast IO PCB
2. Universal Fast IO PCB
3. Jamma/Fast IO PCB

Nr. 1 & 2 only have the black 60pin connector for input and would require you to crimp a harness which plugs into your cab
Nr. 3 can easily be connected to Jamma inputs and has Fast IO output then

but as you mention you have a Jamma cab, which one? Which monitor? As TTX3 does NOT output low res 15KHz video
Hey , I finally got everything I just need to know what can I use to connect the Fast I/O to a jamma cabinet if it is possible .
This is the Fast I/O that I got With a Taito type 3:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Taito-Fast...853710?hash=item3668e1aa8e:g:KgwAAOSwmMBe4nx2
This is the jamma connector inside the cabinet:
c842bdad675b9507a30fe0f70630e5f2.jpg

Thanks for your help.
 

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It is possible, just need to built a harness now.
You can create your own with a Jamma fingerboard going into a 60pin JST header etc.

just look up a Jamma pinout and a Taito Vewlix cab pinout for the Fast IO board
 

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PascalIP, I'm really new on this topic what is a Jamma fingerboard and a 60pin JST header ? any picture or any documentation of how to do this? thanks.
 
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