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Available here - https://rgbslab.com/products/has-v4-2

About​

Home Arcade System, “HAS” for short, is a device that allows you to play original arcade game PCBs without the need of owning a real arcade cabinet. Think of it as of a game console, only instead of cartridges or discs, you insert arcade game PCBs. The latest version is V4.2.

General​

  • JAMMA, JAMMA+, and "CHAMMA" compatible
  • Built-in voltmeter (selectable +5 V/+12 V)
  • Comes with a plexiglass case and a power supply harness
  • 142 x 88 x 35 mm total size with the plexiglass case (133 x 74 mm PCB size)
  • Modular build; can be upgraded using dedicated modules that sit "on top" of the HAS

Controls​

  • DB15 controller ports (NeoGeo compatible, pinout extended to support buttons 5 and 6)
  • Programmable button layout
  • Programmable rapid-fire (VSync synchronized or asynchronous, 6 different fire rates)
  • Buttons 1-6 on the JAMMA connector (buttons 4-6 can be disabled)
  • Buttons 4-6 on the JST-XH 6 pin “kick harness” connector
  • Test and Service buttons

Audio-Video​

  • Video output: Fully buffered 0.3-1 Vp-p 75 Ohm RGB (0.7 Vp-p nominal at the default potentiometer position), CSync 0.35 Vp-p 75 Ohm (can be set to TTL ~5 Vp-p 470 Ohm impedance)
  • Audio output: Unbalanced, attenuated to line level; stereo support for the NeoGeo MVS
  • Video on an 8 pin mini-DIN connector (XRGB mini/NESRGB pinout); audio on a 3.5 mm stereo connector or the 8 pin mini-DIN if the 3.5 mm stereo connector is not in use
  • CSync Regeneration feature
  • Selectable raw JAMMA/unprocessed CSync
  • Selectable Video Low Pass Filter
  • Brightness regulation using a single knob
  • Optional HSync and VSync outputs on the PCB (~5 Vp-p, TTL)
  • Can be upgraded to output video through an HD-15 connector (requires an HD-15 module)

Power​

  • Power is delivered through a 6 pin JST-VH power connector (GND, +5 V, +12 V, -5 V)

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Various accessories were released for the HAS. For availability please visit - https://rgbslab.com/collections/products

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Very nice. That's the kind of devices we like to see.
 
Hi,
I have a Mak Strike V3
Is your "Sega Saturn to JAMMA joypad converter - 30 EUR" compatible with it ?
I mean the buttons mapping of course
 
Hi,
I have a Mak Strike V3
Is your "Sega Saturn to JAMMA joypad converter - 30 EUR" compatible with it ?
I mean the buttons mapping of course
Pinout-wise it's compatible, but I don't recommend using it with MAK strike. Undamned performed a number of tests and there seems to be a problem with the MAK strike "design". Basically, the controllers (an maybe even the video out, not tested) get +5V at all times, even if the MAK strike switch is in OFF position. In result, when you turn it ON, the PSU creates a huge voltage spike that can damage stuff.. Here's the full research and explanation - http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/comment/10326678/#Comment_10326678

The thing though, is that I don't sell these converters separately due to very limited quantity (I've only got a few), they're reserved for HAS buyers. Once I sell all HAS units and I have some Saturn to JAMMA converters left, I can let you know.

Cheers,
RGB
 
thank you for the feedback
So the mapping is the same, but the connector can be damaged because of Mak Strike V3 model (especially the 5v issue)
 
thank you for the feedback
So the mapping is the same, but the connector can be damaged because of Mak Strike V3 model (especially the 5v issue)
Not the connector, but the micro-controller used in joypad converters.
 
Sounds good to me ;)
Thank you for the details
I've just finished reading the threads
I'll probably buy one of your Superguns soon :)
 
Please one for me with 1x Saturn and 1xCPS-2 Adapter and 1x "SCART to 2xRCA and 8pin mini DIN adapter", shipping to Germany :)

Could you also provide 8Pin mini-DIN cables to connect the Supergun to the XRGBmini?

Thanks! :)
 
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nice!
would be nice if you did something similar but with the opposite gender jamma connector.
basically a JPAC but improved.
the JPAC has it's good points but its a pain in the ass because it doesn't have an audio amp so you have to use shitty PC speakers or something else bolted on.
 
Awesome supergun! Have you been able to test the undamned PS3/XBOX360 usb converter with your supergun? I have an XRGB mini, how do you connect the sound to it?

Thanks in advance.
 
Undamned converter has been tested and works perfectly with HAS. Regarding the XRGB mini - it all depends on your setup. If you want, you can use a direct 1:1 8pin mini DIN cable. Audio will go via the mini DIN cable as long as nothing is connected to the jack connector on HAS.

Awesome supergun! Have you been able to test the undamned PS3/XBOX360 usb converter with your supergun? I have an XRGB mini, how do you connect the sound to it?

Thanks in advance.
 
I've said it before and I'll say it again, these look like a lovely bit of kit :thumbup:

I just wish I had use for a supergun. I'm kinda tempted to get one anyway :D

You mentioned the framemeister, have you had one running though one yet? What are the results like? Do you think it would be ok through a 5m mini-din cable?

Do the kick-harnesses use a JST XHP-8?
 
I've said it before and I'll say it again, these look like a lovely bit of kit :thumbup:

I just wish I had use for a supergun. I'm kinda tempted to get one anyway :D

You mentioned the framemeister, have you had one running though one yet? What are the results like? Do you think it would be ok through a 5m mini-din cable?

Do the kick-harnesses use a JST XHP-8?
Thank you :)

The result with the XRGB mini is positive, I mean, it works just fine. Here's Limpan's setup:


I'm not sure how it's going to work through a 5m long cable, though. One of those Extron RGB devices could be handy if you want to run signals through such long cables.

The connector is JST XHP-6.
 
All units sold.
 
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Oh shucks...I look forward to pouncing on another run if it happens.
 
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