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NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 10:28 am

Hi
i had this adaptor for a long time now, it works perfect, but i dont know how to handle coin mechas with it, it just dosent works when i insert a credit on the machine, any1 has a manual for it, knows where this adaptor comes from or so (i dont even know wich machines this adaptor comes with, i just bought it standalone) ?
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by cools » March 5th, 2009, 10:49 am

I've got a copy manual at home I need to scan. The adaptor was originally from a Cyberlead, but I've found out recently they were available seperately too.

Does the coin mech work with normal JVS games?
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 10:57 am

cools wrote:I've got a copy manual at home I need to scan. The adaptor was originally from a Cyberlead, but I've found out recently they were available seperately too.

Does the coin mech work with normal JVS games?
yes it does, it works with any jvs system i tried (naomi, system2X6, triforce ...)
Maybe i got a dip switch in the wrong position or so ...
Also thats a pity this adaptor dosent converts low res into 31k :(

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Post by cools » March 5th, 2009, 11:23 am

serantes wrote:Also thats a pity this adaptor dosent converts low res into 31k :(
The Konami one doesn't either.

If they did, I'd imagine they'd command prices £250+
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by glstar » March 5th, 2009, 11:36 am

Someone knows where to buy one of those namco adpators?

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 11:36 am

cools wrote:
serantes wrote:Also thats a pity this adaptor dosent converts low res into 31k :(
The Konami one doesn't either.

If they did, I'd imagine they'd command prices £250+
well if you can upload the manual when you will have time i will apreciate it :)

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 11:48 am

glstar wrote:Someone knows where to buy one of those namco adpators?
http://page6.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f72171532

this is the konami one :
http://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/118644487

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Post by doutor » March 5th, 2009, 12:04 pm

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by andygeezer » March 5th, 2009, 12:12 pm

Most of the JVS I/Os need coin meters to be fitted in order for coin entry to function.

Also I think the Namco had it's own I/O board that goes with this, and I am certain that while the test/service/player 1 and 2 inputs where the same, the coin inputs where different to the Naomi JVS I/O.
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 12:38 pm

doutor wrote:Hi, there.
I've mentioned about coin mod a little on other thread before, but if you're talking about coin meter ploblem, you need to re-wire, since pinout on that converter slightly differs from JAMMA. It would be helpful, if cools could upload pinouts of it, since I don't have it with me right now. Dip sw. is usually not involved.

On what cab, are you using this??
Im using it in a naomi cab with an atomiswave motherboard, everything except the coin meters works

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Post by doutor » March 5th, 2009, 5:35 pm

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 5th, 2009, 6:40 pm

thats incredible, that they did that kind of things on the jvs standart, but if you think this is bad, i got an even worst thing, some 246 games use different jvs maps, so you need to rewire the controlls of the same system in order to pay a different game

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by invzim » March 5th, 2009, 7:40 pm

I don't know if there is a language thing going on (coint meters vs coin input), but the JVS standard is pretty straight forward when it comes to coin input. If your cab coin input works with e.g. Naomi - it should work with a JVs->JAMMA adapter, unless it's buggy, or it's configured wrongly.

I programmed this for the the JVS-PAC firmware, and the only distinction it makes between different I/O boards is if there is support for 1 or 2 coin chutes.
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by glstar » March 6th, 2009, 5:33 pm

serantes wrote:
glstar wrote:Someone knows where to buy one of those namco adpators?
http://page6.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f72171532

this is the konami one :
http://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/118644487
Oh well....
I really need to study to use yahoo japan..... :roll:
Something really good out there and i'm not able to understand how to bought from there.....
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Post by doutor » March 6th, 2009, 6:20 pm

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by glstar » March 7th, 2009, 2:25 pm

doutor wrote:Sellers for those two items would not have shipped worldwide anyway, like most others... :|
Yes but there's some sites that can do the deal for you.
I must study...
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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 7th, 2009, 3:10 pm

glstar wrote:
doutor wrote:Sellers for those two items would not have shipped worldwide anyway, like most others... :|
Yes but there's some sites that can do the deal for you.
I must study...
;)
if you are going to just get that thingle, better find someone who imports it to you, deputy services are ok if you plan to buy a pile of things, otherwise its not worth, for not expensive auctions you end paying a lot more whats worth, plus you have to pay shipment and risk yourself to get raped by customs
just to show you how much buy something like this is :
regular item that finishes at 6.000 yen
winning bid :6000yen
shipment to deputy offices : 1310yen
deputy comision :$12.00
bank payment comision : $2.50
total item cost $100.50
so 100usd for something that costs 6000 yen notice that you still have to ship this item to your home and customs may charge you import taxes, also notice those numbers are from 3 months ago, yen is much more stronger now.
Deputy services are worth only if you are going to get a pile of things

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by glstar » March 9th, 2009, 9:28 am

It could be possibile for you to help me find one of those???
I really don't know where looking for one.....
serantes wrote:
glstar wrote:
doutor wrote:Sellers for those two items would not have shipped worldwide anyway, like most others... :|
Yes but there's some sites than fit can do the deal for you.
I must study...
;)
if you are going to just get that thingle, better find someone who imports it to you, deputy services are ok if you plan to buy a pile of things, otherwise its not worth, for not expensive auctions you end paying a lot more whats worth, plus you have to pay shipment and risk yourself to get raped by customs
just to show you how much buy something like this is :
regular item that finishes at 6.000 yen
winning bid :6000yen
shipment to deputy offices : 1310yen
deputy comision :$12.00
bank payment comision : $2.50
total item cost $100.50
so 100usd for something that costs 6000 yen notice that you still have to ship this item to your home and customs may charge you import taxes, also notice those numbers are from 3 months ago, yen is much more stronger now.
Deputy services are worth only if you are going to get a pile of things

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Re: NAMCO Jamma To JVS Adaptor Credits Problem

Post by serantes » March 9th, 2009, 10:02 am

sorry but i dont have an spare one and im not going to import anytime soon, yen is so high and the last time i payed 900 euros in shipments+customs and im still trying to sell the things i dont want to keep, try to find someone that is going to import

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