50-60 hz. 2005 model
I have an arcade legends 2 with a worn out bulb for the exit game button. The bulb is a CML 658 but apparently is not easily found. Regular 658 bulbs appear much longer in height. Does anyone know where I can get the correct replacement bulb?
Thanks in advance!
When we play our Arcade Legends, suddenly the DELL logo starts scrolling across the screen and then it resets back to the main menu. Here is video of it happening: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxK2Th-BdWyBWPL65_A8Y8uzY1AX8MJsv Does anyone know what to do? I called Tech Support and they couldn't help me.
It works fine but I know I will want to "upgrade" this thing in the future, do you think you would tell me what I would need and if this is possible? I read alot on here about how people are having an issue with the USBLinx PCB board.... So maybe since this thing has HAPP controls, just replace that out eventually with a new one to directly go into the monitor and new PC?
Just curious on the easiest way to convert this in the future. If you have any info it would be much appreciated.
thank you so much
I just joined because I have an Arcade Legends Ultracade (first generation stand up) and am looking of info on how to install Return of Arcade. I have bought several packs but I really want to add these games as well. Any help would be appreciated
I'd highly recommend going with a MAME PC with Hyperspin. Makes is 50X more enjoyable.
I have an Ultimate Arcade 2 machine, uses the SD card.
The Hanaho/Jamma circuit board that houses the SD card has gone bad. Chicago gaming no longer carries replacement boards and their helpful technical person tried to flash an operating system on it, to no avail.
Has anyone here replaced their Ultimate Arcade 2 board before? Where did you find a replacement? Will another type board work in it's place?
Once I get the board returned, I can post a pic of the board for more specifics.
Thanks in advance for your input. The cabinet is dead in the water at this point.
That looks nice.....
The thing I dont like about those is THEY DONT LOOK OR SOUND AS GOOD AS THE ORIGINAL 80s game.... I have 3 emulators (Mame,atari 2600 and coleco) and they are close but have digital artifacts which I do not like..... I would MUCH RATHER play these games on thier original versions if possible! (in analog so to speak) but It isnt really that easy I guess.......
I DO HAVE ANOTHER COLECO AND ATARI I GOT MONTHS AGO But The joysticks with my coleco arent very good and I dont have a plug in cord for my atari (I would LOVE playing my cartridges again)
Last edited by Dude111; 09-25-2016 at 03:08 AM.
My original post was:
Can you help me understand what that means? I have a very expensive useless game and I really want to play it. The Chicago Gaming people replaced a motherboard and power supply this week and the minute we got it home it did it again. They are stumped.
What is a MAME PC and how would I swap the PC out for this? Do you think it is a Geek Squad project? I am desperate and sure would appreciate any help or guidance.
back by where the PC sits in the back, check to see if you have one of these on the right hand side?
As sold, the Arcade Legends had a off the shelf dell motherboard running some special software that emulated the arcade games. A "MAME" PC is just another PC that would run Windows and a different windows program (MAME) to emulate games. The upside is that instead of the 40 or so that came with Arcade Legends, you could run close to all 4000 coin-ops games.
If you have the USBLinx in your cabinet, I've interfaced a standard PC running with it---which is what you need. It's definitely not a Geek Squad thing though as out of the box, a standard video card won't work with the big arcade monitor.....and there are some other pitfalls that one needs to address on the PC to get it to work correctly.