DaveyPocket wrote:What do you guys think of the idea?
It's just wish I could convince my wife that an arcade cabinet would make a good piece of lounge furniture
Yep, it a neat idea. How easy is it to get those cabinets?
uze6666 wrote:... How easy is it to get those cabinets?
DaveyPocket wrote:I finished the design and printed it on a PCB, all that's left is etching the board in acid and assembling (I do my own PCB etching). I will have pictures within the week.
uze6666 wrote:I really want to see the result of this one. I'm shopping for an old cabinet since you got the idea! Oh yeah, and be sure to post on Hack-a-day!
uze6666 wrote:Oh, since you didn't post pics and some may not have realized they could go to your blog, I'm posting a pic...Paul will indeed be delighted by the idea of having Uzebox Pac-Man running in a real Pac-Man cabinet!
So I plugged the my Uzebox into the Pacman CRT directly with RGB and Sync. The picture is stable, but it is very dim. I have the brightness set up to where it should be for the Pacman motherboard. Is there a certain spot on the R2R ladder that I should be taking the signal from?
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