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Golden Tee 2005 Build
« on: January 09, 2015, 02:45:26 pm »
Picked up an empty Pro Tour Golf Cab for $25. Still had the power supply and console but no monitor and trackball was shot. Wanted a dedicated GT2005 cab to go with my buck hunter 2 cab for my rec room (2 games from my misspent time at college). Got a GT2005 jamma board off of ebay. Installed a RBG to VGA converter board but couldn't find a vega monitor over 22". Then installed a JROK RBG to NTSC convertor and a sync cleaner. Found a JVC 27" with component connectors for free in online classifieds. Work pretty good but had to use the hidden service menu to align the picture. Tested with my Buck Hunter 2 and worked with the light gun without issue. So ordered a second Jrok and sync cleaner as my Buck Hunter monitor is in bad shape. Pretty excited. Kind of have the bug now and already making plans for a Double Dragon and a Altered Beast mini-cades. Gonna use to old laptops running a mame emulator. These forums were lots of help just want to post some pics.

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