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    Need Help Sourcing Parts.....

    I'm trying to locate the items circled below:

    Pot Knobs:


    And also looking for these black plastic DB15 panel mount connectors:


    Also need this PSU conector thing as I will be running an internal PSU:

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    I also would like to know where to get these? Nice thread Xian let me know if someone PM's the information.
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    For the AC inlet, when I built mine, I simply gutted a bad PC Power Supply and took that part, but I also found them in the Digi-Key catalog. The key to finding them was looking under 'Power Entry Modules' and going to that catalog page, and then you found a slew of them (both fused and non-fused, so you may find the fused one more useful unless you already have an external fuse holder).

    I never did find a red/green/blue knob, but later ran across someone mentioning mouser as the source for those unless my memory has failed me.

    I've never seen the plastic DB-15 hoods.

    -Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by danox574
    For the AC inlet, when I built mine, I simply gutted a bad PC Power Supply and took that part

    this is what I did, mine also had a nice on/off switch on it as well...

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    The AC inlet you can get at Jameco...I bought the exact same part and installed it in my SG too. That's probably where D-Lite got it too, since we both live less than a mile away from the place.

    Not sure where to source the other two things...I'd recommend using RGB Bourns thumb knobs anyway (JROK style) but the colors are nice. You can just ask D-Lite when he comes back from being MIA though.

    I have a feeling the plastic D subs might have been taken from a broken MV-1, AES or Neo CD. They are definitely not easy to come by elsewhere. Heck, even I have a broken MV-1 and Neo CD. I can gut them and sell em to you if you get really desperate for the part

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    /me slaps Xian Xi with a large trout

    Your parts kung fu is weak. Gets squashed like grape.

    http://www.mouser.com/catalog/630/1517.pdf

    Upper left corner of the page.

    Granted, they are black with color accent and not grey with accent, but if you do a search with the part numbers for the grey ones it comes back with "non-stocked" items. So if you want grey, it's a special order if you use Mouser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logicdustbin
    this is what I did, mine also had a nice on/off switch on it as well...

    www.lizardlick.com

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    Best to unsolder the controller ports off a dead MVS board, thats what I did once. Or dead AES.

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    I have an idea. I remember once in school we had these DB15 connectors that had no pins and we had to cut our own wire to make the pins. I think it was brass or so.

    Does anyone know where you can buy this wire to make the pins with? This way I can just make the pins a little longer on the NGCD ports.

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    For the gold video jacks:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/index.htm $20 min order.

    Philmore # MSG12 RED
    Philmore # 45-270 BL
    Philmore # 45-270 GR
    Philmore # 45-270 YEL
    Philmore # 45-270 WH
    Philmore # 45-270 OR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    For the gold video jacks:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/index.htm $20 min order.

    Philmore # MSG12 RED
    Philmore # 45-270 BL
    Philmore # 45-270 GR
    Philmore # 45-270 YEL
    Philmore # 45-270 WH
    Philmore # 45-270 OR
    Great find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    5 pin din jack:

    Mouser part #502-61GB5FX



    http://www.mouser.com/Search/Product...tCuQVGZDbU2xeG
    For anyone else with a SC200-style power supply: THIS IS NOT THE PART YOU NEED! I just ordered it without thinking and didn't realize the pins for this connector were arrayed in a 240-degree arc, whereas the power supply's pins are in a 180-degree arc. The proper part you need is the 502-57GB5FX.

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    http://www.daleproaudio.com/

    free shipping promo going on

    able to get a 5-pin DIN connector for 53 shipped

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    Please let us know how the RAM s-video jack is. Also, what black plastic DB-15 ports did you end up using using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vectorman0 View Post
    Please let us know how the RAM s-video jack is. Also, what black plastic DB-15 ports did you end up using using?
    For the DB15 ports I use:

    Mouser Part #571-1658615-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    For the DB15 ports I use:

    Mouser Part #571-1658615-3
    ouch $6.15 ... wanted to grab some black ones but that's a lot more than my 75 cent jameco guys... hahhah

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    Have this PSU: (click for big)

    Any suggestions on hooking up those molex (2 in and 6 out)... prefer to order things from jameco to put on my existing order.

    Was thinking of doing individual molex guys to each pin rather than a block (rect.) connector, but what would be best to handle a high enough gauge for that AC line input etc.?

    Thanks!

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    I somewhere read, that the plastic cover for the connection from genesis to mega cd fits perfectly.
    http://www.gametrog.com/GAMETROG/HOW...ion%20port.jpg
    Last edited by 420p; 01-01-2014 at 07:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 420p View Post
    I somewhere read, that the plastic cover for the connection from genesis to mega cd fits perfectly.
    http://www.gametrog.com/GAMETROG/HOW...ion%20port.jpg
    Not on a 56pin/JAMMA edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadows View Post
    Not on a 56pin/JAMMA edge.
    That's what you get for trusting zeee internetz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsq View Post
    hm, I read somewhere that people often use the "clips" from plastic (slide) binders... hope you know what I mean.

    That's a fantastic idea.

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