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JustinMSalvato

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About JustinMSalvato

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  • Birthday 12/08/1976

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    Matamoras, Pennsylvania
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    Vintage computing, retro video games, and 1980s nostalgia.
  1. Jennifer has answered your question below. Your question: Is the CGA support digital or analog? Our Answer: The CGA supports Analog Well, regardless, I have decided to go a different way with this project.
  2. I'm trying to restore a Sega Champion Baseball arcade machine, but I'm having some problems. Today's problem is the Sega Champion Baseball board, which arrived today, does not fit the connector inside the cabinet. I'm sure there are more technical terms, but I am a novice when it comes to this stuff and therefore, I do not know how to solve this. At some point someone turned this cabinet into a Ms. Pac-Man machine. In the photo you can see the Ms. Pac-Man board on the right and the Sega Champion Baseball on the left. Notice the big difference in the pinout size. The Sega board does not fit. Any idea what I do from here?
  3. Turns out to be Sega Champion Baseball, in fact, the original control panel overlay is sitting underneath the blue one we see in the photo. I peeled it off.
  4. I wrote to the company that is selling the LCD monitor and they responded: Jennifer has answered your question below. Your question: Can the Vga scan 15khz? Our Answer: The VGA is 30 - 80KHz The CGA is 15 - 30KHz So I think I can get this monitor for the cabinet. I think...
  5. I think this is the same exact one https://www.8linesupply.com/shop/parts-supplies/19-wells-gardner-multi-resolution-led-display-with-protective-glass/ and if that info is correct, it does do 15 khz. So I might be in business.
  6. So with the monitor I'm looking at, I wouldn't need a converter?
  7. Where can I get that information? This is really all I have for info: https://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=7306
  8. I'm trying to restore an arcade cabinet from 1983. The CRT monitor is shot and honestly, I'd rather have an LED/LCD screen in it's place. (Don't get me wrong, CRT, when working, looks great) I don't know much about how to connect the monitor and most of what I see out there has DVI and/or VGA ports which are clearly not going to connect on an old system arcade cabinet like this. Will this work? https://na.suzohapp.com/products/accessories/49-3223-01 Does this need an adapter to connect it to the arcade machine? Thanks!
  9. Funny you said that. I kept ignoring that because of all the Atari labels. So today I opened it and found more Sega labels. Then I decided to do a search and found that same link. I'm with you, this has to be that game. Everything seems to match.
  10. I picked up this cabinet today. I have plans for it, but my plans may change if I can figure out what was the original video game that came with the cabinet. Currently, as you can see, it has Ms. Pac-Man. This is not a Ms. Pac-Man cabinet. It looks like it had a Sega game in it at some point. I did look up model number 522, but I found nothing. Anyone have any ideas?
  11. Control panel I can always change, it's the outer cabinet that's important. Hmm, even more scarce, eh? Looks like back to plan A which is to build. Sadly, I don't have the specific dimensions. Going to have to wing it.
  12. ha! You might enjoy this video from Video Game Stars then, it's literally a minute long:
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