A Last Duel conversion of what I believe is a centipede cabinet:
Includes both bezels shown. Tested working controllers. Include Potentiometers and harnesses. Specialized flying MAME? $100 shipped CONUS.
Using a J-ROK board and a 29″ LCD TV
New-to-Billings Iron Man pinball on location. Have a little American Classic Pizzeria treat to go with your gaming.
It will take a couple of weeks, but this machine will be repaired and placed at the Vegas Hotel:
This game is offered up for sale for $1500. It has a PC in it and can play 22 different arcade games. It has a nice front end for selecting your game and the correct software for modifying sequential shifting for proper game input. There is no coin box. The display is a new 29″ TV. The items are powered through a Smart Strip that is controlled by the PC running Windows XP.
I have 20 of these. They have great viewing angle and the chase lights work. They require a 12VDC adapter (not included). I used a 1000ma adapter and it burned up in about an hour. I’m not sure what amperage is required. Continue reading →
For Reference: 18 pins and 10 pins
This control panel is 23.75″ wide as received.
I’ve come into a bunch of these New-In-Box LCD slot machine toppers. The one pictured below is not broken, but just dusty. I’m trying to figure out what to do with them. I think they would make great MAME or 60-in-1 screens but I need to do a little more research to figure out how to wire them.