[Question] How to connect a Sega Virtual Fighter Board into a NAC

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[Question] How to connect a Sega Virtual Fighter Board into a NAC

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I got a SEGA Virtual Fighter board from a friend and tried to start within my Sega NAC (Astro City 2).
The board is such massive and have widely varying connectors and cables. I am not quite sure if its possible to run that board in an astro city at all.

Can anyone help out how that board must be connected?
Pleaase find enclosed all detail pictures of the board I have:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v2felq05de8x ... M_d_a?dl=0

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Here is the power supply from me NAC2:
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I would really apreciate if anybody could support on this.
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Re: [Question] How to connect a Sega Virtual Fighter Board into a NAC

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Nobody inside of that huge community is able to support here?
I would aprecciate any kind of ideas / comments or hints here !
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Re: [Question] How to connect a Sega Virtual Fighter Board into a NAC

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There are adapters out there to run model 1 and model 2 boards in Jamma cabs , I cant remember if i ever saw exactly how to put one together but it is possible.

model 2 seem to be more common ,and iirc some dont like using them to run in the cabs
example of one below , others i think where like wiring harness with the odd pcb rig on them
https://www.arcadespareparts.com/arcade ... 13518.html

I'm not sure really if there is much difference between model 1 /2 pinouts and power requirements i never really looked into it.

and some info on model 2 wiring

https://forum.arcadeotaku.com/viewtopic.php?t=26424
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Re: [Question] How to connect a Sega Virtual Fighter Board into a NAC

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the astro city 2 was specially designed for this game
the pcb this puts on the big board in the trunk of the terminal
the amp part on where you put the pcb jamma

you apparently have all the wiring and boards to install everything properly

What is the problem ?
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