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Author Topic: where the JAMMA's pcb goes into the mother board?  (Read 2077 times)

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where the JAMMA's pcb goes into the mother board?
« on: February 06, 2013, 11:30:22 pm »
Where JAMMA's pcb goes into the motherboard?  Are those classic game 60-in-1 pcbs goes in the same slot?  Kind of like classic MAME games being put on pcb?  The more I read, the more I don't know.  Thank you in advance

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Re: where the JAMMA's pcb goes into the mother board?
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2013, 01:57:24 am »
JAMMA boards plug into a JAMMA harness, which directly connects to the buttons, monitor, joysticks, coin slots, and the speaker/amplifier.

They don't plug into any motherboard, and while there are cartridge-based arcade game systems, the cartridges themselves do not use JAMMA connectors.

  
 

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