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  1. Very nice wiring, sir. Wanna come work in fighters? They're a little cramped for wiring, but we make it work.
  2. I ended up coughing up the $130 for a custom bar from virtuapin.net. I got an update from them today letting me know it's being fabricated.
  3. Uh... just one comment. It looks like all your buttons are going to be intersecting with your playfield as is. Here are some sketchup models to help you out: Normal style (happ) pushbuttons with microswitch http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=c3f1b694aa71693cc55401b1d5d323&prevstart=0 Goldleaf buttons http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=a8a46e3c8c81453912fabb57e5338d2&prevstart=0 The goldleafs are a new product from Andy over at ultimarc.com They have the benefit of being leaf switches without requiring all that space in the cab. I recommend them, especially for your project. http://www.ultimarc.com/goldleaf.html
  4. Hey ArcadesRFun... I'd love to buy a custom bar from you for my small cab. Please PM me.
  5. I thought about doing that as well... but many LCD/LED monitors have built in speakers that are very small. About 2cm thick. They probably don't sound the best, but at least you'd have sound coming from the speaker grills.
  6. i didn't even notice they were the same, minus the chip... this is becoming frustrating... i really want 5 rgb leds (high power but not cree... too powerful) plus two of those auto led strobes that chris has. my cab is small so those would be hidden, but light up the wall behind or under the cab. the wiz booster board looks great, but only supplies 16 outputs. if i went with three rgb's that's 9 outputs, i could share the strobes and that's 10, leaving 6 for contactors or solenoids or whatever for feedback.... what do you guys recommend?
  7. what do you guys think about using these? http://www.ebay.com/itm/FREE-SHIP-5-x-3W-LED-RGB-Chip-Changing-Full-Color-Lamp-Light-6-pin-350mA-D7-/290707195875?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43af7fc7e3 i have no idea about the power rating, but would play nice with some 500mA fuses and there resistors? http://www.arcade-electronics.com/detail.aspx?ID=17288
  8. I just started my thread! http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forum/showthread.php?18693-unnamed-mid-size-cab-27-19-7&p=178298#post178298
  9. yeah as long as you have the folder structure, file names, and hyperpin database are all correct you'll be good to go.
  10. The numbering DOES NOT matter. All that matters is that: -Playfield monitor is your primary -Backglass monitor (even it windows shows it as #3) is to the right of the playfield monitor in windows settings, aligned with the 0 line on the offset -Backglass monitor should be in native resolution, with correct resolution in hyperpin settings file -Backglass monitor offset settings need to be x=0, y=0 in hyperpin settings file This had me pulling my hair out for hours, because I assumed the backglass offset should be 1920, 0 in the settings file... makes sense right? Nope. Leave it with 0's and don't worry about how windows numbers your monitors. Hope that helps people out.
  11. does this mean i'm gonna have to get a 46" lcd instead of a 42" ?? damn you. also, what brand of lcd is you backglass again? it looks more 4:3 than 16:9. am i right or is it just the pick?
  12. Du kommst aus Deutschland ?

    Vielleicht kannman sich irgendwie helfen, das ist ja sonst immer so 'ne Sache !!!

  13. Du kommst aus Deutschland ?

    Vielleicht kannman sich irgendwie helfen, das ist ja sonst immer so 'ne Sache !!!

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