Nice one:dance:. That's definitely the item I saw for sale a little while back. Brand new and only $200 iirc.
Originally Posted by Psycho
brilliant! cheers for that.
Originally Posted by psycho
Last edited by devilredeemed; 08-13-2006 at 12:48 AM.
alright picked it up today. tried it at the guy's workshop - really cool bit of kit this. the custom made pcb is quite full on - it has knobs to regulate the colours, the contrast and the sound (one for coin sound and another for game volume).
there's also the dip switches which I didn't get a chance to fiddle with but apparently one is for freeplay - should see what the others do when I pick up another cab. that's if I don't chuck it on ebay first, lol. money's tight.
oh yeah, tomorow I should be picking up a neo geo home system that was converted to use in a cab - lol! should be interesting..
Last edited by devilredeemed; 10-03-2006 at 05:16 AM.
Make sure you post some pictures of the hacked home Neo Geo :)
picked it up just now! jesus that was a gruelling trip..
Originally Posted by Yakumo
can't take pics of it right now - no camera :(
basically it's the system - looks to be intact - it sits on a small panel and infron sits a small pcb (like on the pcejamma I picked up but smaller) - there's a memory card in the mem card slot, and it has a small white sticker on it with something hand written on it - I'm not sure what language it is if it even is a language but if I hazzard a guess I'd say its japanese or korean (just 2 simple symbols).
why do I mention this? because I think it may affect the system so that it works with credits - I works like a normal MVS system from the looks of it - I played on it a bit - everything is tip top. you put a coin in (or push the credit button) and you get credits just like you would with the MVS.
the sound is taken from the headphones jack, the power is hooked up to the pcb (which has the jamma adaptor attached) via wires that go in throught the power switch on the front (the swith is still there - only the plastic front switch casing is missing) - and controller ports are hooked up to modified controller adaptors, which are in turn hooked up to the small pcb.
the pcb has just 2 small chips on it. the only thing stamped on the board is 9001N. there's something written in pen on 2 stickers on it - don't know what it reads.
I can see that if I had the hookups for the AES system I could play it without a hitch. it is prectically intact.
game that came with it is Ninja Combat. woohoo! nah, I actually really like this game.
so there you go.
hope to take a couple of pics when I get the opportunity.