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20-10-2011, 23:26   #16
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You do realize we need photos of them all stacked up don't you?

Oh, and you have to sniff them all too. *wibble*
I'll stack them all nice and high and get the girlfriend in a bikini standing beside them, just like in those high end car mags


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20-10-2011, 23:34   #17
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does your contact look like this.


Sells CPS2 boards from under the table.
He also looks Hollowed...I might get some +1 etus flasks and humanity off him as well
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I've seen Progear boards sell for about £100. Wouldn't be paying too much more than that myself.

Beautiful Naomi stuff Kerbdog! Going from no cabs to two at once is quite an achievement!

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Arcade Talk 24/7/365

So rather than muck up Kerbdog's lovely Naomi thread here's a place to chat about all things arcade.

To start it off - managed to hook up the 360 to the cab last night via Sync Strike and Extron RGB 580xi and the shmups look delicious! Audio/Video switcher works like a charm too. However, I think I'll need to house alot of those gubbins outside the cab, maybe get a small box of some sort and feed the cables into the cab. A cab owners work is never done!

@Pyongyang: If you like Progear you should defo check out Akai Katana, same type of horizontal shmup, excellent so it is.

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Just convert a cheap cps2 to a progear.
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21-10-2011, 21:12   #22
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@Pyongyang: If you like Progear you should defo check out Akai Katana, same type of horizontal shmup, excellent so it is.
I'd LOVE to get Akai Katana. Do you have the LE? I don't have an NTSC-J XBOX360 though.

As for Progear, I've made a couple of enquiries today...
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Just convert a cheap cps2 to a progear.
As in make a bootleg? Same thing as a repro...& we love those round here.
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21-10-2011, 21:49   #24
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What sticks do you guys (and the possible odd lady) like to use in your console setups or cabs?

I'm contemplating getting the Seimitsu LS-56-01 stick but I hear it's a toss up between that and the LS-32 series for shooting games.

What do you like?
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21-10-2011, 22:10   #25
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Seimetsu for me. Prefer it for shooters and beat'em ups.
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Sanwa JLF for life.
Best stick for fighters and it ain't bad for shooters.
I here Seimitsu is best if you play shooters but I've yet to try one on a SHUMP.
Too tight for fighters though.
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I've Sanwa sticks and buttons in my candy and very happy with them.

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22-10-2011, 00:28   #28
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Same here.Although there is always a clear cut divide between sticks,buttons wise,Sanwa are the only choice
Delicate and responsive to the touch. There's too much resistance on Seimitsus.
My fingers hurt after extended play.
They feel like Happ buttons

Saying that I have Happ Competition buttons(the convex ones) on my woody.
After taking the springs out they feel quality
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Sanwa JLW with octagonal restrictors
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22-10-2011, 10:28   #30
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Mixed bag there. What's the story with JLF, I thought that was loved by fighting game fans only? Is the throw on that really long?
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