I finally completed my supergun I have been working on. Because I have a sony PVM monitor which supports Analog RGB through a DB-25 connector, I didn’t need an encoder chip in this project unlike most people who use component or S-video on their superguns. So my picture is equal to the arcade, as good as it gets, true color. The box for my SG is an old Fischer reciever I had that broke. It is good because it can sit in any entertainment center and look classy. :tup:
It’s not 100% done, I am waiting for lizardlick.com to re-stock their sanwa parts so I can get two joysticks for it, so I haven’t bothered with the controller ports yet. They will be DB-15’s though. I will also be doing some LED’s when the front power switch is turned on when I have a minute.
in the back it has speaker wire ports, I will be adding some RCA jacks too when I get around to it as well.
The DB-25 port on the back is so I can use a female to male PC cable to connect it to my monitor, and the power supply was a HUGE pain in the ass. I had to snip the wires and capacitors connected to the power supply connector port so that I could mount it properly in the back of the reciever. I don’t have the proper tools to drill through steel so this was a LONG process.
I can make superguns for anyone that wants one as well. :tup: