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I have three of these Brook/UD-UFB 20 pin passthrough adapters for sega cabinets available.. I’m not sure if I’m going to mass produce these again as they take a LONG time to make.

grab one for $65 :D
 

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Hey all! been restocking the basics. The following are back in stock:

Taito
J Harness (P1)
K harness (P2)

Sega
CP harness
EBH
Astro CPS2

The following are out of stock, but have parts incoming soon!

Sega
Blast City CPS2

MISC
Electrotink/Jammafier CPS2 kick harness
Naomi Raspberry Pi USB power adapter
JVS Voltmeter extension loom


Things on the horizon and are in consideration
Sega Ringedge AIME/P.RAS Home button and Card reader harness
Astro City switching PSU adapter harness
Converted Blast City -001 looms

Thank you for your patience while I scour the internet to find parts! it's been an adventure, for sure :D
 

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Need to check if you have this harness for the blast. I bought a blast CP with a wiring harness where the AuX port is not compatible with the CP interface port on the blast itself.

I'll take photos tonight.
 

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Need to check if you have this harness for the blast. I bought a blast CP with a wiring harness where the AuX port is not compatible with the CP interface port on the blast itself.

I'll take photos tonight.
you can post here or shoot me a PM, regardless I'll take a look :D
 

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The mad scientist that is Lemony does it again!!! Do you see this!! Vewlix 1/2P harnesses with built in 20 pin header for Brooks boards. So JVS/Console/PC all in one with the deathgrip v1. (Multi button board, ex. 1,2, start = home on consoles) So no swapping cables, no sub panels just a stock Vewlix with dope ass internals. I like to keep my cabs looking like they came straight out of the arcade.
 

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The mad scientist that is Lemony does it again!!! Do you see this!! Vewlix 1/2P harnesses with built in 20 pin header for Brooks boards. So JVS/Console/PC all in one with the deathgrip v1. (Multi button board, ex. 1,2, start = home on consoles) So no swapping cables, no sub panels just a stock Vewlix with dope ass internals. I like to keep my cabs looking like they came straight out of the arcade.
what what what
@Lemony Vengeance does this mean I could set up a brooks and jvs io or fast io at the same with without having to swap? I've been looking for something like that.

I actually have a 2 brooks boards, the arthrimus, and a regular/fast io. Was wondering how I could string 2-3 of those together and have set up at the same time. Is this it?

https://arthrimus.com/product/vewlix-console-i-o-v2/
 

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what what what
@Lemony Vengeance does this mean I could set up a brooks and jvs io or fast io at the same with without having to swap? I've been looking for something like that.

I actually have a 2 brooks boards, the arthrimus, and a regular/fast io. Was wondering how I could string 2-3 of those together and have set up at the same time. Is this it?

https://arthrimus.com/product/vewlix-console-i-o-v2/
This is a pass through, so yes, you can add my solution and avoid cable swapping :). even with the original IO boards.
 

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Ok, as far as the daisy chaining we may have an issue. I did some testing last night and noticed that the brooks board was receiving power over on of the pins. This no bueno as I am sure the power that's going to it will burn something out. Will do more testing this evening to see where its grabbing power from.
 
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