WTB Original restored Arcade cab with 60-1

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WTB Original restored Arcade cab with 60-1

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Looking for a restored or original in good condition, upright arcade cabinet with a 60-1 or other software installed. Must be CRT with a computer and quality hardware only please.
Prefer London or Hamilton area. Willing to pay $2500 for the right MAME.

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Sincerely, 60-1 is the cheapest way and very far from the real arcade experience especially with an lcd screen with cheap buttons and joysticks. Don't pay over 650$ for this kind of machine and maybe a little more for a real nice cabinet.

Ps:a mame machine run with a computer and mame software. For the best experience ask for a crt monitor and real resolution in gameplay.
The video game i want to play is always the one i don't have :FP:
Les arcades, j'suis tombé d'dans quand j'tait pti !! :-)

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Agreed! Thank you for that. Definitely want a MAME built with a CRT and PC.

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tkaye wrote: Sat Feb 18, 2023 12:55 pm Agreed! Thank you for that. Definitely want a MAME built with a CRT and PC.
If you want real arcade experience with real resolution of each game in crt, yes 2500$ is probably what it takes, but people who have the skill to install this set-up with advancemame and a legacy graphic card in 15 khz with special drivers are very rare. But there's all infos on various forum to learn how to built it.

Watch out, some mame config with a crt use a vga to cga converter but only display 640x480 all the time in interlaced mode on the crt. There's no point to use a setup like that.
The video game i want to play is always the one i don't have :FP:
Les arcades, j'suis tombé d'dans quand j'tait pti !! :-)

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