Dark Gaiden, post: 4740578 wrote:
I'm assuming these monitors wouldn't lag, since they accept RGB signals?
dsinnie, post: 4740580 wrote:
I must be missing something because building the supergun seems to be the easy part i just can't find the damn board.
Vintage, post: 4740576 wrote:
Would you mind connecting your XRGB to an Asus and then to a CRT? My bro felt that playing on a CRT was more responsive than playing on the Asus. He wants to know if you will notice anything as well. Oh, Asus set to "game mode" of course.
Ganelon, post: 4740586 wrote:
What's a good replacement fan for the Nidec Beta SL D06R-12TH? I'm sure we can get more efficient and quieter fans nowadays but is it as simple as making sure the fan is 60x60x15 mm in size with a 2-pin header?
I've seen the steps for replacement here and it's unfortunate soldering is still needed, albeit simply moving 2 wires: Changer le ventilateur sur CPS2... | Gamoover
VOLTECH, post: 4740588 wrote:
Rufus - are you local to the So cal area?
VOLTECH, post: 4740590 wrote:
edit - your inbox is full
papasi, post: 4740553 wrote:
Yeah you usually want to replace the battery after you purchase it, you don't want to risk it even the seller say he had it replaced last year.
Rufus, post: 4740562 wrote:
That's a little surprising since Composite and S-Video are almost the same.
S-video to composite video
undamned, post: 4740592 wrote:
In my A/B comparisons on many TV's, S-Video is typically 2x cleaner than Composite. The jump from S-Video to RGBS is less noticeable. Some people go gaga over running a supergun via Component video, but the improvement over S-Video isn't worth spending any more than maybe $20 extra, IMO.
VOLTECH, post: 4740595 wrote:
Anybody see this HDMI Supergun?
VOLTECH, post: 4740598 wrote:
What about this one? $350 shipped
VOLTECH, post: 4740601 wrote:
What I'd really like to make is an all in one CPS2 A-B, Power supply and super gun enclosed in a nice clean enclouser or a DJ case with all the service buttons inside except for the coin and start buttons mapped to the custom sticks I build for it.
DNGR S PAPERCUT, post: 4740606 wrote:
Voltech, why don't you make a joystick that has the super gun built in, that shit would be fucking sweet.
VOLTECH, post: 4740612 wrote:
Also please explain the Toodles converters. Do they work with PSX, USB etc??
VOLTECH, post: 4740616 wrote:
Too many words lol