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Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: January 7th, 2019, 12:00 pm
by cools
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Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: January 7th, 2019, 8:34 pm
by MDK
damn, now I need orig Windy!

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: February 4th, 2019, 7:48 pm
by wigsplitta
Free bump for an unshop'd colour combo update :awe:
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The Jammafier was pressure tested by our very own resident WUDP expert Pubjoe :fastlove: and we were unable to experience any lag (video AND controls), after a good few hours of SSF2X, witha Franco loom linking cabs.
I have no hesitation in recommending the Invzim Jammafier to anyone missing their Jamma to JVS adaptor... 8-)

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: February 11th, 2019, 1:13 pm
by invzim
Units in stock! I plan to have these available on an on+going basis, but no guarantees.

Get yours here:

https://irkenlabs.com/store/products

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: March 10th, 2019, 7:55 am
by JimPansenmann
Received mine this week.
Awesome hardware.

Thanks for that.

Tom

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: March 11th, 2019, 1:50 pm
by 8bitforlife
I got one awhile ago I recommend it highly

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: April 2nd, 2019, 4:00 pm
by LordBuru
I received mine last night works really well on my New Net City. Really good workmanship and quality. I tried a CPS1 board, and Snow Brothers and a Pandora's box. It's nice to utilize that one for Jamma, this is almost a must for anyone with only one cab that is JVS.

On another note, I can't figure out the Tri-Sync Helper at all, when used, it seems to dim the image, and everything is fine with out it. It doesn't seem to do anything else.

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: April 3rd, 2019, 10:48 am
by wigsplitta
LordBuru wrote:
April 2nd, 2019, 4:00 MP
On another note, I can't figure out the Tri-Sync Helper at all, when used, it seems to dim the image, and everything is fine with out it. It doesn't seem to do anything else.
I beleive the TSH brings the JAMMA/RGB and VGA signals to a similar level, and saves having to re-adjust brightness/contrast when swapping between JVS and JAMMA games. The Sammy Atomiswave is a good example. If you take the video from the Jammafier through the JAMMA connection without a TSH, you'll see that the picture is incredibly bright compared to when it's plugged directly into the onboard VGA port. Likewise, swapping between CPS2 and Naomi games is big difference. Once the TSH is added in, the brightness levels become very similar, so there's no need to make adjustments.

Here's an overview of exactly what it does from invzim's site
https://irkenlabs.com/jammafier/tri-sync-helper

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: April 3rd, 2019, 7:31 pm
by invzim
wigsplitta wrote:
April 3rd, 2019, 10:48 am
LordBuru wrote:
April 2nd, 2019, 4:00 MP
On another note, I can't figure out the Tri-Sync Helper at all, when used, it seems to dim the image, and everything is fine with out it. It doesn't seem to do anything else.
I beleive the TSH brings the JAMMA/RGB and VGA signals to a similar level, and saves having to re-adjust brightness/contrast when swapping between JVS and JAMMA games. The Sammy Atomiswave is a good example. If you take the video from the Jammafier through the JAMMA connection without a TSH, you'll see that the picture is incredibly bright compared to when it's plugged directly into the onboard VGA port. Likewise, swapping between CPS2 and Naomi games is big difference. Once the TSH is added in, the brightness levels become very similar, so there's no need to make adjustments.

Here's an overview of exactly what it does from invzim's site
https://irkenlabs.com/jammafier/tri-sync-helper
+1, what he said :awe:

Re: Jamma PCB in JVS cabinet (Jammafier)

Posted: May 13th, 2019, 10:54 am
by invzim
New version of the Tri-Sync Helper, now with a toggle switch to output either CSYNC or H/V sync - this should take care of all sync issues with all combinations of chassis and games. There was one issue with Sanwa PFX (KW0606 chassis) and CPS2 where the monitor for some didn't output a stable picture unless it received CSYNC.

https://irkenlabs.com/jammafier/tri-sync-helper