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1  General Chat / 'Business' Area : Buy/Sell/Trade / Re: FS: the Marktplaats topic, the Netherlands and Belgium on: October 16, 2018, 10:12:51 AM

original Pac-Man, sawn in two!   Huh? Shocked

Could make a nice original bartop cabinet. Smiley   And use the bottom part to store firewood. Smiley
2  General Chat / Arcade Lifestyle / Re: wheeezy RETROGAME room on: October 13, 2018, 09:28:40 AM
Very nice. Smiley  One thing missing though, or I didn't look right, but where are the CRT's for your retro consoles. I only see LCD's.
3  General Chat / Artwork / Re: Crazy Kong Sideart WIP on: September 07, 2018, 07:10:58 PM
Wow, this looks like a perfect match Smiley   Space Ace

LOL, it is.  Grin Grin  I spend hours and hours (re)drawing it and picking colours etc. BTW, my wife doesn't know that, so hush hush. Smiley
4  General Chat / Artwork / Re: Crazy Kong Sideart WIP on: September 07, 2018, 05:05:23 PM
So today is the day that I received the final artwork.  Space Ace

It's looking beautiful, this will be a nice project for the coming months and I hope to have the cabinet completely finished by the end of winter.

Thx Barry (joeks), you did a great job printing and laminating this artwork.  Space Ace












5  General Chat / Artwork / Re: Crazy Kong Sideart WIP on: August 20, 2018, 11:54:11 AM
Fantastic, size "L" please. Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Thx for the nice comments guys. Tees will be available soon.  Smiley
6  General Chat / Artwork / Re: Crazy Kong Sideart WIP on: August 17, 2018, 08:47:26 PM
I'm going to visit the (Dutch) National Videogame Museum in Zoetermeer tomorrow, for the first time, so I needed a new T-shirt. And because I still love my Crazy Kong cab, I thought this design would be appropriate >
7  General Chat / Artwork / Interview of a Dutch Pixel artist on Retro Video Gamer on: June 08, 2018, 10:02:16 AM
I just had to share this.

http://www.retrovideogamer.co.uk/rvg-interviews-henk-nieborg/

I know Henk personally, met him a few times because we were/are both into Japanse Candy cabs and retro games. He is living just a few km's from my place and I think that he is a great guy and a great pixel artist.  Smiley

His website: https://www.henknieborg.nl/
8  General Chat / All the rest / Re: Happy Bday Chris and Punkrock on: May 24, 2018, 02:20:13 PM
Happy birthday & Herzlichen Geburtstag.
9  General Chat / Meetings, Exhibition, Events... / Re: Blast Galaxy arcade club Amsterdam *crowdfund open* on: May 07, 2018, 02:37:18 PM
I just watched the first 20 minutes, nice video so far. It's good to hear some guys with knowledge speaking Dutch for a change. Smiley

BTW, next time ditch the headphones!  Grin Grin Grin Wink
10  General Chat / Technical Area / Request for monitor manuals on: May 05, 2018, 11:16:59 AM
I'm looking for the following manuals (PDF):

- Barco DCD 2840
- Barco DCD 2740
- Hantarex CT29 EQ1

I searched for them on the internet, unaible to find. Has anyone got one of them in PDF and is willing to share? Thx in advance.  Smiley
11  General Chat / Technical Area / Re: Hantarex MTC 9000 and Power Supply US 250 on: May 05, 2018, 11:13:13 AM
Thx Matteo, I did that and it's working, the monitor came alive and is ready to use. Smiley

12  General Chat / Technical Area / Re: Hantarex MTC 9000 and Power Supply US 250 on: May 04, 2018, 04:38:20 AM
Oh Really? And that's why I was a bit confused, get it?  Huh? Grin

128 V AC is not the same as 136 V DC, anyway the US250 has been made to correctly supply power to a Hantarex monitor and game board, via Jamma or not.

Matteo
13  General Chat / Technical Area / Re: Hantarex MTC 9000 and Power Supply US 250 on: May 03, 2018, 02:10:03 PM
I did take a look at the schematics, but I was confused because: the MTC 9000 schematics mention 128V AC input for the chassis, but the US250 outputs 136V DC. I couldn't find anywhere in the MTC9000 schematics that this chassis can handle that too.

Take a look at US250 schematics, anyway see also my replies below.

Matteo

So I'm trying to wake up my old mame cabinet again, putting an Arcade monitor in it with a MTC 9000 chassis. The chassis needs 128V AC and 220V AC input. I also happen to have a US250 power supply.

A few questions:

- What is the 220V AC input for? Degauss circuit.

- The MTC9000 manual mentions that you can use a US250 power supply, but for what? The US250 only outputs 136V DC (and a bunch of lower voltages)? You can use it to supply Hantarex monitors and game board.

- If I can use the US250, then I obviously don't have 220V AC from it available. Is that a problem? See next reply.

- Next to 136V DC pins on the US250 there are two pins for degauss. To where do I connect them on the MTC9000? To 220 V AC input of the monitor, to supply the degauss circuit.
14  General Chat / Technical Area / Re: Hantarex MTC 9000 and Power Supply US 250 on: May 03, 2018, 02:02:29 PM
The MTC9000 needs 220V for the degauss, which is normally done on the chassis. You simply put the plug of the wires around the tube on the two pins you mentioned (instead of putting them to the two pins on the chassis).

Thx Luigi, but I just discovered that I did a bad reading of the degauss pins on the US250 yesterday. they do output 230V AC after all, so everything is fine.  Grin
15  General Chat / Technical Area / Hantarex MTC 9000 and Power Supply US 250 on: May 02, 2018, 12:19:58 PM
So I'm trying to wake up my old mame cabinet again, putting an Arcade monitor in it with a MTC 9000 chassis. The chassis needs 128V AC and 220V AC input. I also happen to have a US250 power supply.

A few questions:

- What is the 220V AC input for?

- The MTC9000 manual mentions that you can use a US250 power supply, but for what? The US250 only outputs 136V DC (and a bunch of lower voltages)?

- If I can use the US250, then I obviously don't have 220V AC from it available. Is that a problem?

- Next to 136V DC pins on the US250 there are two pins for degauss. To where do I connect them on the MTC9000?



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