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Previously Unseen Puck Man Artwork

The Arcade Blogger about 26 days ago

I recently came across a few interesting and previously unseen rejected artwork examples from the original cabinet design of Puck Man. So this week, I figured I’d do a follow up to the last blog entry about the Puck Man PCB, by sharing some of the g …
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Puck Man PCB (Namco)

The Arcade Blogger about 1 month ago

44 years ago (22 May 1980 to be precise), the first Puck Man machine was placed in an arcade in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, starting a worldwide global videogaming phenomenon. Today, Namco’s Pac-Man remains one of the most recognisable video gam …

JAMMArcade.net Arcade PCB Encyclopedia

Neo Geo Forums about 1 month ago

As some of you may already know, I recently assumed hosting and webmaster responsibilities for JAMMArcade.net from Porchy. I decided to kick off my new role by introducing what I believe will be a useful resource for arcade repair technicians - an Arcade …
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Hardware hacks and extensions • CUmini - my Oric storage emulation project

Defence Force about 2 months ago

As I hit a milestone this week, I thought it would be an appropriate time to share my little Oric project: Working title «CUmini» - my take on emulated storage expansion for the Orics. When I stumbled into the Oric universe laste last year while helpin …

FS: Various CPS2; AW SS VI cart; Wrestlefest PCB

Neo Geo Forums about 2 months ago

Hi everyone, Retrying this again with some items at new prices, plus new items. Here's some PCBs for sale (US and Canada preferred, US prices for US shipping listed): CPS2 B Street Fighter Alpha 3- $215 shipped CPS2 A/B blue X-Men (US version on battery …

AGGRESSIVE PRICE DROP FS: Various CPS2; AW SS VI cart; Wrestlefest PCB

Neo Geo Forums about 2 months ago

Hi everyone, Retrying this again with some items at new prices, plus new items. Here's some PCBs for sale (US and Canada preferred, US prices for US shipping listed): CPS2 18-in-1 A/B combo (pictured below): China special; didn’t notice any issues in g …

Bunch of shit for trade.

Neo Geo Forums about 2 months ago

Looking to grow my PCB collection. I have a decent amount of boards already but could use more. Lunar Sega cd plays, disc is okay, and resurfaced. Guide has seen better days. - 125? Xenoblade 3 is sealed - 175? Analogue duo is sealed 300? Godzilla has some …
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Apple ll Rev. 0 PCB Replica (Pinpoint Accurate) (New)

Apple Fritter about 2 months ago

Hello everybody! I know I haven't posted in a while. Been working on countless projects. I just wanted to inform you all that I have now fixed/sorted out my eBay page. I decided to start producing A2 Rev. 0 PC Boards again. I posted a listing of the board …
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Design for a 3.3v IOU replacement

Apple Fritter about 2 months ago

I am designing the 3.3v version of a replacement for the IOU. Once it's done and I know it works, I'd like to add it to my open source IOU/MMU as a 'reference implemenation'. However, I'm just a hobbyist hardware designer, and probably not a very good one …
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CGA to SCART adapter

VCFed about 2 months ago

For all those that are interested, I made a CGA to SCART/VGA 15 kHz adapter. ... - profdc9/CGA2Scart: A PCB for a CGA To SCART adapter A PCB for a CGA To SCART adapter. …

General Discussions • Exact Latency Requirements for SRAM, Anyone Know?

MISTerFPGA about 2 months ago

Does anyone know the exact latency requirements for SRAM? I can't find it anywhere, only that it's less latency than the DDR3.The Alliance SRAM used on the 128MiB board has 3 cycle CAS at 143MHz, about 21ns; that doesn't account for row precharge, row-to …

Arcade Cores • Twin Cobra PCB

MISTerFPGA about 2 months ago

I am in the U.S. and have a Twin Cobra PCB. It is something I bought in 2009 and never tested/played. I don't have a Mister but do have an Analogue Pocket. I am ignorant as to what arcade games/cores are available for the Mister. I was wondering if a core …
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Super Pang Kabuki Chip Repair

The Arcade Blogger about 3 months ago

You may have noticed that I don’t share many repairs here on the blog. Although useful (and I’m glad people do share their knowledge) I think they’re pretty dry to read and I don’t tend to tackle repairs – and when I do, they …
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Radofin 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System multicart

VCFed about 3 months ago

Found in the attic an Audio Sonic 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System made by Radofin (sold also as Acetronic, Prinztronic, Fountain, Grandstand, Hanimex and Lansay in other parts of the world). Have no idea where or when I got this, but I have no cart …
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Tandy RS-232C Interface Board: Offers

VCFed about 3 months ago

I have a Tandy 8709134-A RS-232C Interface Board from a TRS-80 Model III and also an adaptor board (1700369-A / 8709826) that is probably from the Model III but not sure that I will throw in. I am open to offers (+ shipping) …

IBM 9331 011 - Help needed on pinout

VCFed about 3 months ago

Hello, I got my hands on an IBM 9331 011 8" FDD that is connected through a DB-37, but it came with a cable for an AS/400 (the other termination is not a DB-37). I want to use this item with an IBM 5160 so I decided, instead of builiding a cable, to f …
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Looking for Help With My Build!

Apple Fritter about 3 months ago

   Hi Everyone! First time posting here please excuse the noob mistakes I am bound to make!  I started building my replica in July or August of last year. I picked up a kit from Unicorn Electronics since it seemed to be the only kit I could find at the …
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A2 PSU blew a fuse with huge POP need some help on wiring

Apple Fritter about 3 months ago

I got an A2 Astec AA11404 PSU. Not the later  -B versionIt was dead, so I did a total recap. In and several that I have done in the past that was all that was needed. But those were all -B units.When I pluged this one in to test votages, the fuse made a r …

Picked up an EVK-300!!!

VCFed about 3 months ago

I already had the blank PCB (EVK-100) and had a 3+ year struggle finding anything about it. I found a guy in his mid-80s at the time who had a web site that wasn't touched in 10 years. I emailed him and he had already sent his documentation to a guy in Eng …
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Technical questions • ULA, bus conflicts and the expansion devices

Defence Force about 3 months ago

I've been tinkering with the expansion port and grown interested in the bus phases of the Oric Atmos and how its supposed to work. The ULA runs the show on the bus of course, and divides the Phi2 into 3 access "slots", two for itself for running the graph …
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A small 2c project I'm working on...

Apple Fritter about 3 months ago

I didn't have a working mouse for my //c. That ended earlier this week.A tweak of an earlier design I used for Atari ST using a WinChipHead (Nanjing Qinheng Microelectronics) CH series microcontroller. The perf board prototype works great and PCB's are on …

WTS: Atari 800 Mechanical Keyboard

VCFed about 3 months ago

Hi all! Last year at VCFMW I picked up an Atari 800 and in restoring it I was faced with the issue of a broken, pretty much non-repairable, stackpole keyboard. I found this Mechanical Keyboard and decided to go that route as it lets me re-use my keycaps …

Tracing a vintage PCB in KiCAD

VCFed about 3 months ago

I've invested a bit of time trying to learn the ins and outs of KiCAD (it's the only software I'm even remotely familiar with for this task). I've been practicing on some Sphere boards as well as the Sol prototype PCB, trying to figure out which technique …

Where to find nice keycaps for cherry mx?

Apple Fritter about 3 months ago

Hi, I want to build a Datanetics Replica keyboard.I have a nice PCB for Cherry MX and the switches are still new available.But where can I find a dark grey xda keyset for that?With some wrong special key texts I can live but in the web I found only two co …

IBM XT clone "Megaboard" in working condition in Germany. 300 Euros

VCFed about 3 months ago

XT Clone System - 300 Euros. Unusual and very large "Megaboard" motherboard from 1985 made by Display Telecomminications Company (or a clone of their board). Electrically virtually identical to the IBM XT. It works fine and has been one of my ma …