I am not sure about how these originally came so I didnt want to comment about if this was something hursit added or if this is how they originally were made. But if this is better more props to him and to us cuz this looks so simple to put together. All the wire routing and the screw placement is on point. The video showing us everything we need to know on assembling it is huge for me and the many of the first time candy noobs. I cant wait for August/September.
Hook a bro up? Lol.I got x4 19" I would be willing to part with locally. Ideally I would like to trade it for a 19" PC monitor so I could extract RGBs and use the OSSC to shade my scanlines and have HD support for Naomi.
That sounds perfect in tandem with the Retrotink 5x pro outputting 240 exactly at 1600 x 1200 at 5x integer.Anyone know if a Dell P991 is any good? I can get one for $120 shipped was thinking maybe use it in the cute with upscaler. It 19" with a 1600x1200res.
You would want to use the HDMI input. You would be extracting RGBs from JAMMA and running through a 5x integer scale through Retrotink 5x pro and plug the HDMI cable into the monitor.On the LG 4:3 LCD arcade monitor, I don't think the RGB Jamma Adapter PCB is included and I don't think they have it for sale yet
I would like to get one to test it out tho but I want to run 15Khz RGB
Container has been held for customs intensive exam. It will be unpacked and inspected. It's an added cost up to around $4,000. Don't know what it'll do for arrival time or anything.
I think it would be fair to divide the unforseen cost by the number of cabs in the container. I would pay but I would never speak on behalf of others money.Assholes, they couldn't just Xray it, had to be the full monty huh?! Well, I know it's part of doing business and whatnot, but still sucks. Let us know the total of the "prostate exam" CBP is doing and I'll chip in my share for my order...even though I know you probably won't take it.