The MAK Strike Supergun from Arcadeforge is a versatile and high-quality device that allows gamers to connect their arcade PCBs (printed circuit boards) to modern displays and controllers. It is a popular choice among arcade enthusiasts who want to play their favorite classic arcade games at home. The MAK Strike Supergun is designed to be easy to use and offers a wide range of features. It includes a JAMMA connector, which allows users to connect their arcade PCBs directly to the device. It also includes a video rgb sync output. One of the unique features of the MAK Strike Supergun is its ability to output stereo audio. Many arcade PCBs only output mono audio, but the MAK Strike Supergun includes a built-in stereo audio amplifier that allows users to enjoy their games in full stereo sound. The device also includes a variety of input options for controllers. It includes two DB15 connectors, which can be used to connect arcade joysticks and buttons. Another notable feature of the MAK Strike Supergun is its compatibility with a wide range of arcade PCBs. It supports many popular arcade systems, including the Neo Geo MVS, Capcom CPS-2, and SNK's Neo Geo CD. This makes it a versatile device that can be used with many different arcade games. Overall, the MAK Strike Supergun is a high-quality and versatile device that offers a range of features for arcade enthusiasts. It is easy to use and provides excellent video and audio quality, making it a popular choice for gamers who want to experience their favorite classic arcade games at home.
Saturday, 29 April 2023
Saturday, 21 August 2021
I'm starting from bottom of the playfield and dissamble all parts. I'll go in the steps and work on side to the top.
This pics was taken to ensure how the parts fits and build together.
Friday, 13 August 2021
Hey, my plexis for the bow on my stern spiderman pinball at the vuk sandman and doc ock was broken. So I made new ones.
Tuesday, 10 August 2021
OK, this is my spiderman pinball. I was just wondering about a smokey smell and checked general illumination. The gi was replaced by led stripes. The old bulb connect was damaged and squeezed. So it got very very hot.
Why did the fuse not blow up?
The fuses was bridged with solder and a wire.
OK. The other half of the gi was not working at all.
Of course not, when the cables are ripped off.
50% of the gi bulb was missing, the other half of the bulbs was dark ouz or blown up.
How was this solved by the last person who cared about the machine. Yes, home made pin stadium. Sure, the pin is dark, so put led stripes in it.
What did we learn?
If you ever see home made pin stadium that did not fit to the overall status of the pin, one can be almost certainly sure, that the pin is a blender.