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  1. That's why you gotta use the original IL Eurostick, instead of the Happ Competition stick. It has a tighter and slightly larger actuator than Happ's Competition stick so the throw is about half the distance.
  2. Here are the pics of the custom sticks I made that Lucian did the artwork for. I'm still floored by the quality of the prints!
  3. I ordered some CP artwork from Lucian and it turned out awesome!!! It is not ready to be seen by public eyes yet, but when all is said and done I will definitely post some pics! Lucian, check your messages....
  4. Wow.. I have never seen that before... Where did you get that type of t-molding?
  5. You could take a flat razor and run it along the edge to trim off any excess t-molding, but this is this is easier to do before you assemble the cabinet. Your cab looks real good!
  6. Bump for Progress update request!
  7. In regards to the polycarbonate overlays, do you just not like them, or do you not have the ability to do them at all? I'm working on a couple of control panels and I prefer not using plexiglass tops on my control panels, and I'd rather use a protective overlay to protect my artwork. In the past I've had some work printed with a 5.0 mil PVC overlaminate called Emerytex and it looks great. Do you have the ability to do anything similar? Also are you able to cut the artwork in specific shapes, like cutting out the button holes and the outside shape of the control panel?
  8. Fight Fighter..... Funniest episode evar!
  9. That's a nice cab you got there.
  10. Looks pretty tight back there.... where are you going to mount your power supply and the gonbes? Will you still be able to change carts with everything installed?
  11. They are very cute... Howwhere are you going to mount them? Do you have to decase them?
  12. Yea the problem is how your monitor handles upscaling the 640x480 to its native 1024x768(or whatever resolution it is) If it does bicubic resizing you may be ok, but if it does bilinear resizing it would look something like this: The original 640x480 scan lines: then upscaled bilinearly to 1024x768: I know, but this is the "Hyperspin" forums! I was just messing with you! But you notice that all the 1 slot arcade machines dont say MVS anywhere! Are those desktop speakers? if they are be careful running them on the MV1B PCB... A lot of times they use 2-ohm speakers in those and you could end up blowing the speakers if you run them too loud. I believe the amp on the MV1B are rated at 8-ohms.
  13. I never had good luck with the gonbes and the SLG3000. It created some strange banding. So, no hyperspin? Hahaha! BTW, you can't call it a MVS cause those were only for 2, 4 and 6 slot cabs... Also, I see you have 2 speakers... If you want stereo sound you can pick line level stereo off the PCB but you'll have to send it to an external amp. Looks good! Edit... oops I see you have an amp already... I am not understanding the need for a mono amp... You may as well have just used the amp built in the PCB, and run your speakers in parallel, if you were going to do mono. BTW I saw you complaining about the speakers.... If I was going to build another bartop I'd use a pair of Visaton FRS8 or FRS7. They are small 3.3" and 2.5" respectively, and they sound good, but more importantly they also sell corresponding speaker grills
  14. Very cool.... What size is your main screen? I like the LG2900S you have on top... I picked up a couple of those when they were giving them away on ebay with plans to do something similar...
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