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27ace27

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  1. If it's 4-port, I'll trade you for the Atari 400 ac adapter. what? it's just the adapter, says "atari use only with model CX5200) I was asking for voltage amount but anyway since they both work we can still trade. Or if you want to trade for A5200 cartridges, that's fine as well. I am looking for Megamania and Star Wars: Arcade Game. all I want is the adapter pleez!
  2. ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... schematic?
  3. can't you just use your GPS? "GPS PHONE HOME!"
  4. What, no woodgrain joystick to go with the console? it goes with the golden console
  5. this is part of the LED joystick project v2, v1 Here
  6. painting finished! before removing tape... tape off... bottom... joystick re-attached... with flash... believe me it looks much better in person! now I'll work on the circuitry...
  7. If it's 4-port, I'll trade you for the Atari 400 ac adapter. what? it's just the adapter, says "atari use only with model CX5200)
  8. i have started painting! pics later
  9. not raining, but It looks ready to pour, so I won't take any chances.
  10. True, the LED should be underneath it and the button be a vacuum formed transparent plastic. Then you'll like v2
  11. Hey, you stole mine! Try all of the channels.
  12. did I just answer my own Question?
  13. is the joystick designed so that when the buttons are pushed, a ground signal is sent to the appropriate pin? this is my theory, but I need confirmation for my project. In the schematic, what I thought was when the buttons were pushed, the positive signal went to ground. so I put in the diodes to prevent other buttons from activating multiple LED's. but if this was the architecture, there would be no practical way that I can think of to read the pins, and if the first design described is the one used (which I am betting on) this schematic would block out the signals making the joystick useless. The only fix I can think of (correct me if I'm wrong) is to remove the diodes, change the transistors from NPN to PNP, and place them on the opposite side of the switch.LED__s_vX.bmp
  14. OH %@*&! JUST SPLIT THE CASING DRILLING HOLE FOR THE RAPID-FIRE TOGGLE! :x (it's not noticable tho, just needs some glue
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