Sega Namco Taito IO Board with built-in Amplifier USB Driver

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Sega Namco Taito IO Board with built-in Amplifier USB Driver

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Are you able to download windows software drivers for the below I/O boards?

http://www.highway.net.au/arcade-parts/ ... 390-1.html"

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No, you need JVS hardware - so that and a JVSPAC assuming the latter has been tested with that IO.
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Not really, mate. That board is for hooking up a JVS system in a JAMMA cabinet. Even if JVS uses USB-plugs it's not USB. If you want to connect a PC you'll something like a JVS-PAC for instance.
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Thanks guys. No need for a JVS-Pac in the setup I have. I was just doing some testing on a Vewlix-L cabinet. I had the JAMMA harness hooked up to the I/O board and was wondering if I could get the controls to work on the PC via the USB cable.
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If you want to connect this IO board to a PC, you need a JVS Pac.
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