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Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 4th, 2012, 6:00 am

I understand where the yoke, degauss, rgb, and ground wires go, but the power cable is messing with my head. Do I have to buy a cable and solder?
PSU is from a Capcom Impress.


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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by kernow » December 4th, 2012, 6:11 am

Yes, the ground wire goes there.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 4th, 2012, 7:08 am

kernow wrote:Yes, the ground wire goes there.
Thanks Kernow!

I am one step closer. Just need to figure this power out now:)

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 6:34 pm

Anyone? I thought the MS-9 was compatible with my tube. Are there different versions?

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by Rossyra » December 5th, 2012, 6:38 pm

I'm not familiar with that PSU, but normally the monitor power comes direct from the mains. So if that's definitely for the monitor it will probably only be a mains pass-through anyway. It's the same setup on the Neo29 for example.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 7:00 pm

Thanks for the response Rossyra, but I confused what you mean by mains pass through

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by Rossyra » December 5th, 2012, 7:02 pm

Basically a straight connection from the mains in of the PSU to that socket. The chassis is 100v on an MS9, so it would have to be.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 7:34 pm

I think I understand now. The electrical socket I have highlighted on the PSU is just a pass through for 100v. Technically, I could plug my OEM chassis directly to the mains at my house and by-pass the PSU and it would work without damaging it? I am in USA so the mains are 120v. (Warning.....do not attempt to plug your chassis into your mains outlet. It will fry your chassis, put you at risk for shock, and capacitors could explode.)

Is there possibly an adapter I could get? The part I dont get is, I keep reading everywhere the MS9 is compatible with my tube (yoke spec ect), but the power cable is not compatible with my PSU or mains socket.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by Rossyra » December 5th, 2012, 7:38 pm

My MS9 is running on 122v, everything I've read leads me to believe that's okay. It's been running on that voltage for 2 years.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 7:43 pm

I just checked with my multimeter the socket I have highlighted on the PSU is 120V.

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Post by Rossyra » December 5th, 2012, 7:45 pm

:thumbupright: :whoopsie:
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 7:52 pm

Rossyra wrote:My MS9 is running on 122v, everything I've read leads me to believe that's okay. It's been running on that voltage for 2 years.
So your MS-9 has a typical USA house prong that plugs into the PSU?

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by Rossyra » December 5th, 2012, 7:56 pm

Well, I rewired mine to run off the Naomi iso, but essentially it's the same, all it's doing is stepping down my 244v mains.
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 5th, 2012, 8:31 pm

Cool, hopefully I can figure out how to rewire mine.
I wonder if I can salvage the cable from my Hitachi chassis
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 6th, 2012, 6:51 am

I put the chassis in the cab just to see if there is going to be any other problems once I sort the AC problem.

The degaus, both yokes, and grounds will not fit with the OEM connectors from the Yahama tube.

Is this just because its an older MS-9? I thought this was plug and play w/ my tube? Or atleast thats what i keep hearing and reading from others. I guess not all MS-9's are the same?

Regardless should i sell this and try to get an MS9-29A or will I run into the same problems.

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by Rossyra » December 6th, 2012, 10:16 am

Can you get pics of the connectors and the chassis headers?
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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 9th, 2012, 12:16 am

Here are the MS9-29ND22W Headers
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And here are the connections coming from the Toshiba tube (Capcom Impress)
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I feel a bit more patient and appreciate everyones help. I will keep the MS-9 for a project cab if needed. If it not exact plug and play than I will at least learn how to identify these connectors. I am just so eager to get my fix in and play this cab. Ive been researching like crazy for the past two month and enjoy the project but I started this thread because I just cant find enough research to move forward. I do have one question though. Do all versions of the ms-9 have the same connectors? Basically would I have ran into the same problem with the MS-9A. Just trying to put this all into perspective.

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by monouchi » December 9th, 2012, 6:44 am

madgrab wrote: I feel a bit more patient and appreciate everyones help. I will keep the MS-9 for a project cab if needed. If it not exact plug and play than I will at least learn how to identify these connectors. I am just so eager to get my fix in and play this cab. Ive been researching like crazy for the past two month and enjoy the project but I started this thread because I just cant find enough research to move forward. I do have one question though. Do all versions of the ms-9 have the same connectors? Basically would I have ran into the same problem with the MS-9A. Just trying to put this all into perspective.
Yes, I have 29T,29S and 29SE and they all have the same connectors on the chassis.
I would guess the 29A is exactly the same.
I think the ending letters is for the cables that comes with the chassis, for example: 29T has Taito cables that fits in a Egret 2, 29S has sega connectors on the cables to fit in a new astro etc.

This guy has loads of connectors:
http://thearcadeboneyard.com/assorted_e ... ectors.php

And I am sure I have seen MS9 connectors in there.

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 9th, 2012, 10:03 am

Cool, email sent.

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Re: Toshiba A68KJU96X-02 and MS9-29ND22W

Post by madgrab » December 9th, 2012, 8:38 pm

This was the response:

"sorry without having the same chassis here to match up I wouldn't be sure of providing the correct connectors (I checked and don't have one here at this time) if you want to give it a shot at matching them by pics I have some connectors starting on this page"

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