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Ps2 in Jamma
« on: November 30, 2005, 09:32:04 pm »
hey guys (if this is in wrong section boot ---my bottom--- to the right place!) >.<

ok here the dilemma!

ive got my cab goin pretty sweet
now cause im a wee bit greedy i would like to throw my old ps2 in there so i could get some Soul Calibur or G1 Jockey going, here the thing, ive hacked the controls and got them going sweetly, but cannot get video!!!
i have a simple av plugs which i know wont do the job, but i have a XBox av - Scart adapter could this help?
and help will be ace!!!


btw im running in a standard Jamma cabinet @ 15hz


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Re: Ps2 in Jamma
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2005, 12:31:00 pm »
Ultimarc is now selling a kit to connect directly to an arcade monitor or JAMMA:

Others hack SCART cables. Saint was nice enough to put up the console video primer:

Brevity is not my strong suit.