FS: Japanese style Supergun


#1

Built this across the course of 3 months. I work too much to build any more of these and since I have a candy coming, not sure I’ll keep it. Open to serious offers only. Keep in mind, this isn’t a Supernova and it cost me over $300 in parts before labor. This is the ultimate supergun.

I used a :
Sega saturn virtua stick pro (2p ver)
Capcom custom stickers and original arcade overlay.
I used a Jrok video encoder with component, s-video, composite, rgb out.
Sound on Jamma is mono, but the cable splits it for both left and right sound input.

It has a compact PSU that is external. The cord for the controller is about 4-5 feet long.

It will not

Price: $450 firm, I’m not planning on making another one of these . Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees.

Thanks

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#2

can you please indicate in your post what the sale price is


#3

Is the game included?


#4

No, it is not included.


#5

There’s no way this will still be available by the time I can pay for it, but I’ll be willing to pay in full + shipping/whatever if you still have this on feb 15th.


#6

That is one sleek setup. Definitely worth it.


#7

whats this?


#8

That’s really bloody tempting.


#9

Oh, I forgot to complete my sentence. :wonder:

I never finish anyt…

I meant to say, it will not power hungry boards, such as some weird old Irem games, cps 1.5 q-sound boards (there are only like 3 of these, all beat em ups) 6 slot mvs, and anything that needs -5v on the sound amp. This is pretty typical of superguns in general, just so you guys know. I would say its 95% compatible with what you through at it. There is a sync cleaner added to the video encoder to make sure it works with weird tvs like Sony Wegas etc, which normally, would just display a rolling picture.


#10

dam thc thats hella nice.


#11

THCHardcore,

What’s the difference between the JROK and the NeoBitz video encoder? I might be interested if this supergun is compatible Sega Naomi 1 and 2 boards.


#12

Thanks man. MOD-esto, you could say :).

The Jrok has better compatibility than the neobitz with most games, the neobitz is primarily used with neo-geo MVS consolized boards. You would need a Capcom/Sega I/O to bring the Naomi VGA output down from 31 khz to 15 khz for the board to work the Jrok, most of this being common knowledge.

The only issue with a Naomi will be powering it, you can power it externally with the JVS 3.3v PSU.


#13

Bump, and please check your pms message sent.


#14

Back up for sale, bump.

Ultimate supergun for shizzle


#15

PM sent


#16

oooh dreamTR… are u getting this for the reason i think you are?! :slight_smile:


#17

i hope :slight_smile:


#18

No, because then the thing flies all over the place for guys like me that need to use American sticks. Like I said, no one will ever be happy with the setups.


#19

Serious offers please. If you can’t figure out what that means as far as ballpark prices, I’m looking for $450 and up only. This isn’t a supernova, which would cost you around $300 anyway, this has component video output, which considerably added to the cost. Plus, I’m barely getting anything for the labor. The capcom stickers alone were $10 a pop.