Its been solved by modified file from a forum member.
I agree, I have it bookmarked at the top of my browser I use it so much. I also spread the link around anytime someone asks about the NAOMI.I was just thinking to make a list of complete Naomi games.
Your spreadsheet is amazing! So much work done on that.
Thanks for posting it up!
well just looking at the pictures I see the JAMMA edge and I see the Analog input header, and I don't see any other connectors for a kick harness.I’ve tried asking him the same thing about the kick harness but there appears to be a language barrier.
$50 I think it probably does, I did read that some Sega IO boards use CHAMMA for 4-6. Are there any good alternatives to expensive Capcom/Sega IO boards?well just looking at the pictures I see the JAMMA edge and I see the Analog input header, and I don't see any other connectors for a kick harness.
it might be those unpopulated headers along the top of the image but If I had to guess this is a CHAMMA device meaning buttons 4, 5, and 6 are on the JAMMA edge based on the position of filters. There's also no telling if this thing is lag city.
I mean if it's cheap I'd buy one just to learn more about it, but I don't think I'd run one of those on any of my cabs personally.
Does the 838-13683-93 use a connector on the board for the kick harness or is that over the jamma edge?Sega ones aren't expensive.
There's the Type 1 Naomi JVS IO 837-13551-92 and then there's the JVS to Jamma IO 838-13683-93 if you want a jamma edge. Both are fine for most things. They're like 50 bucks.
from https://wiki.arcadeotaku.com/w/JVS#Sega_838-13683-93:Does the 838-13683-93 use a connector on the board for the kick harness or is that over the jamma edge?
That picture is incorrect... the EXTIO header has buttons 6-9 and buttons 4-5 are on the JAMMA edge... just like the text you posted before the picture.or if that doesn't speak to you, here's a picture: