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My first HyperSpin cab!


Arcanthur

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Well, I've finally gotten my cabinet to a point where I can show it off. It started off as a PGA Tour Golf Challenge Edition I purchased for $100 in great condition!

Now it's turned into my custom "MVS". I've always loved the MVS logo and it does an apt job in describing the cabinet so that's what I've called it. NeoGeo purists will hate it I know :P

Front:

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Marquee:

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Marquee designed in PhotoShop and printed by GameOnGrafix.com

I must say FANTASTIC print job by those guys, pics do not do it justice

Buttons:

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Happ Competition joyticks + Spectralite buttons from GroovyGameGear.com

for the colors I decided to go with a NeoGeo/Xbox controller scheme.

Unfortunately no one makes a black/smoke colored LED button so I am working on either dying or coloring the insert of a clear/white one.

Wiring, Volume & Headphone/Speaker switch:

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The volume knob and switch are mounted on a piece of plexi and then covered in vinyl.

Inside pics to come later but here are the specs:

PC:

e8400 Core2Duo

4gb DDR2

Sapphire Radeon R7250 2GB

10,000RPM Raptor 160gb for OS

Seagate 3TB external

Monitor:

27" Wells Gardner D9200

Sound:

Lepai LP-2020A+ Amp

Celestion 5" Neodymium Full range woofers

Under the control panel I have 2 USB ports for connecting controllers etc

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I think you have done a nice job. Not a big fan of the vinyl for your audio stuff but the whole thing looks good.

Also extra points for sticking with an arcade monitor. What o/s are you using and did you go with the arcadevga or a compatible one?

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I think you have done a nice job. Not a big fan of the vinyl for your audio stuff but the whole thing looks good.

Also extra points for sticking with an arcade monitor. What o/s are you using and did you go with the arcadevga or a compatible one?

Thanks showstopper, I'm using Win7 x64.

No ArcadeVGA as the Wells monitor I'm using doesn't require it, but I may change it out later so I can do proper 15hz for games that use it.

Unless I can get Soft15hz working with this Radeon, then I may not need it.

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