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  1. It seems that procuring the P2K-style parts is not a problem with Mameman's cabinets! The real problem however seems to be that the UHD is displayed at 30 Hz only! Damn, I guess that makes it a no go: http://www.overclock.net/t/1441740/amazon-seiki-digital-se39uy04-39-inch-4k-ultra-hd-120hz-led-tv-493-99/30
  2. Pinball2000 (or its style) would fit my purposes nicely. But the problem is the procurement of the parts I guess. I remember once discussing with Mameman the shipping costs to Finland vis a vis a WMS cabinet and they were prohibitive. I wonder if there is place that would sell Pinball2000 the cabinet (or the same style) +backbox and the metallic parts (lockbar, legs, siderails etc) and ship them to EU and all this with reasonable shipping costs? Any tips are welcome
  3. Just checked and it would be quite difficult/expensive to get siderails, lockdown bar+receiver, legs for a Pinball2000 system... I see that some guys here have built standard cabinet with a 39-inch screen. I have to check the pictures, does it look unnatural to have "only a 39-inch screen" in a standard Williams cabinet.
  4. I wonder would the solution be to get a Pinball2000 cabinet for the 39-inch screen? The Seiko-ones are just so ridiculously cheap that basically one can get a UHD for the price of a regular LED-TV (but the Seiko does only have "regular HDMI":s and no 3D etc. - it is a stripped down version, but that does not hurt, if its for a virtual pinball use). Too bad that they have to bought from USA, so one needs to have a power-converter in EU. On the other hand, with a 50-inch screen and custom cabinet, one could play Hercules and Paragon in their true dimensions I guess
  5. Hi! What do you think, would it be a good idea to employ a UHD display (3840 x 2160) as a playfield? The Seiko-brand ones are relatively cheap now. To me there are only two alternatives in UHD: 39- and 50-inches. I guess the 50-inch one would be too big, but how would a 39-inch screen fit into a standard Williams' cabinet? What do you think about the idea of using a 4K UHD-display? Could its potential be utilized? How would the 120 HZ one work with BAM? Thanks for comments!
  6. Hi! Thanks for the info bill55. That was bad news, but have to think about something else then, it would just cost too much to order a virtual pinball from overseas.
  7. Thanks Mameman and congrats on excellent job on Galactica and Star Wars. "Pinball - Next Generation" is based of the STTNG-decals for sure, but it is made for virtual pinballs, as it has all the different Star Trek crews in it. Here's the other photos: http://www.flippermarkt.de/community/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=112280 http://www.flippermarkt.de/community/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=112281 I looked, but nobody is selling them on ebay. These guys seem to have them, but they are selling ready-made machines: http://arcadesrfun.com/product/46-virtual-pinball-game-with-real-dmd/
  8. Hi! Where could one procure "Pinball - The Next Generation" -decals for a widebody cabinet? I am planning to start building the cabinet this autumn and would love to have these decals on it. I also really have liked the Star Wars and Battlestar Galactica -decals, which I have seen on this website. They apparently were custom jobs, but I believe "Pinball - The Next Generation" is sold to public somewhere? Here's a link to the picture of the sideart: http://www.flippermarkt.de/community/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=112279 Please reply a follow-up or pm me with tips Thanks for any info!
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