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unknownclient

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  1. unknownclient

    Viewlix / Craylix

    Building my second cabinet
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    Paint

    From the album: Viewlix / Craylix

    Almost done painting. Still putting on the clear coat. A year or two and this will be complete.
  3. From the album: Viewlix / Craylix

    Picture of the control panel being painted
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    Building a Mame Cabinet

    Just a few photos of me building a Mame cabinet. The First Photos are taken 4 years ago.
  5. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    So go big or go home right. Here is the replacement for my Bill Labs VGA monitor. I plan on playing old games as well as new games on my cabinet. Sorry CRT aficionados. CRT with new games looks like crap. ;P
  6. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    4k Monitor with BFGX shadow mask close up to see scan lines
  7. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    trying to emulate a crt with a 4k monitor. My wife says I am crazy..... I know, I know
  8. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    I contacted gameongrafix to do my art work. I have yet to receive the art work. Hope it comes next week.
  9. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Here I am building a break out board for the led button connections. I wanted to create a connection point to be able to disconect the leds in the buttons to the led driver. So a quick trip to marvac and DIY this thing.
  10. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Here I am building a break out board for the led button connections. I wanted to create a connection point to be able to disconect the leds in the buttons to the led driver. So a quick trip to marvac and DIY this thing.
  11. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Here I am building a break out board for the led button connections. I wanted to create a connection point to be able to disconect the leds in the buttons to the led driver. So a quick trip to marvac and DIY this thing.
  12. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    she wil be a pro
  13. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    So arcade cabinet is on hold. But a picture of my first born child, already wants to try her hand out on the fight stick
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    Big Box 3

    From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Took a few pictures to show a friend that it is up and running with Big Box
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    Big Box 2

    From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Took a few pictures to show a friend that it is up and running with Big Box
  16. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Took a few pictures to show a friend that it is up and running with Big Box
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    Led Drivers

    From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Shot of the groovy game gear led drivers and controller board
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    Boom Boom

    From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    the 10" sub and power strip
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    Dusty PC

    From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Here is a shot of my dusty pc running the show. A I5 7500 or something like that. 8 gigs ddr3 memory. Samsung evo 128Gb boot drive. 4TB drive for roms. 750TI Graphics card.
  20. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    yes it is dusty I know, I took this picture a year from installation. Here in this picture you can see a 600 watt pc power supply that was modified to run a 12 volt automotive amplifier. I took apart the power supply and combined all the rail voltages into a single output. I used the 12 volt rail for the automotive amplifier. I used the 5 volt rail for the Led drivers. I capped off the +3 volt rail and -3 volt rail. I then ran the outputs of the amplifier to a 10" sub and two 6x9 speakers.
  21. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    This picture shows how I mounted a Micro ATX motherboard, etc to a piece of wood attached to a drawer hardware. This allowed me to slide the computer in and out of the arcade cabinet. In this picture you can also see a automotive amplifier mounted to a separate piece of wood with drawer hardware.
  22. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    I have a groovy game gear track ball installed that is 6 years old. IL Joysticks, and hollow joystick shafts for leds. paradise arcade clear IL buttons with RGB leds installed but not illuminated.
  23. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    I was really excited to get his working. I played a lot of street fighter 2 and Street fighter 4 in this configuration.
  24. From the album: Building a Mame Cabinet

    Here Is the Bill Labs VGA/Jamma arcade monitor I purchased in my quest to emulate a crt image, while being able to play current 1080p games. It worked but it looked horrible on VGA from the computer
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