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paolinux78

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An italian upright: Arcade Blast!
« on: February 08, 2017, 05:29:03 pm »
Hello everyone! are being almost finished building my fourth homebuilt cabinet, this time the philosophy of the project was to use material I had at home, having a large number of pallets I decided to use the best tables of the pallets that have dismantled, the style will can be more 80s with dashboard 3-button (I would have made it to 2 am fond of the saga Metal Slug) entirely of aluminum with function button inscribed with "etching" method and obviously CRT monitor, in this case a Sony TV Trinitron 21 "I stopped in the cellar for years ... the sound will consist of four speakers risen from a Bang & Olufsen TV and a subwoofer of an old 5.1 system, the amplifier instead will be a class D adapter 50w x2 + 100w for the SW, in the final a disused 2008 PC that i will use to start all of my favorite games of Mame, here are some pictures of the construction of the skeleton:








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Re: An italian upright: Arcade Blast!
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2017, 06:54:48 am »
here's a photo of the installation of the wheels, and a temporarily resting monitor