HelloFightstick up and running...obviously Im a Guile fan. The custom PCB for the buttons made it super easy for a clean install. Was able to utilize the Brooks UFB and Retro Board combo with a 20 pin cable to connect it all. Uses the RJ45 so pretty universal. Cant stop staring at this...maybe its time to utilize it! Thank you @hursit
Thank you sharing with me about this.I’m excited about that retroboard, still have to do my homework though. @hursit what would it take to have a truly “universal” stick for retro and modern use?
Brooks UFB+Brooks Retroboard stack
...is that it?? Are you considering making a new case that can accommodate the extra usb hole?
I believe if you get the combo from Jasens, it’s configured like that.Helloit looks greatFightstick up and running...obviously Im a Guile fan. The custom PCB for the buttons made it super easy for a clean install. Was able to utilize the Brooks UFB and Retro Board combo with a 20 pin cable to connect it all. Uses the RJ45 so pretty universal. Cant stop staring at this...maybe its time to utilize it! Thank you @hursit
I think I have to update my PCB for the Brook Retro board maybe right ?
I thought it is installing like this ?
The new Arcade Stick is ready for all these optionsThis looks like a great enclosure but I feel the lack of more button orifices is holding me back.
Besides start, select and home buttons; I need right click, left click, Turbo and turbo clear buttons. That 4 more holes needed. I don't suppose this is in future plans or could a one off be made?
Ideally, I'd like to pair it with a UFB and Retro Board.
If crimping your own RJ45 console cables, get the jacks that have pass-thru (as shown below). Many of the consoles will not use all 8 positions inside the jack. So when you have to skip positions and the jack you are using is the closed off type, it is damn near impossible to feather the wire to the proper position. This is solved with the pass-thru jacks where you can literally, shove one wire at a time into position. Then push the entire cable through once all wires are in the proper position.Hello, does anyone knows if brooks retro board supports db15 neo geo style plug for superguns? Is there a place to purchase the custom rj45 cables for the various consols? (Or a diagram to make my own)
Hey brutha, might be late to make this suggestion, but if you eliminate the China PCB header, replace it with a second 2x10 Multi-console header, and allow enough space for two PCB's to be installed at a time, you'll have a stick that is dual-modded ready to go. Instant leg up on the competition. I think the appeal of having a dual mod ready stick is far greater than having a stick compatible with the cheap Chinese PCB (I know you mentioned in your country it that might be different). But please consider it.The new Arcade Stick is ready for all these options
i will release it in this week i hope