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Easyget LED Arcade DIY Parts 2x Zero Delay USB Encoder + 2x 8 Way Joystick + 20x LED Illuminated Push Buttons for Mame Jamma Arcade Project Red + Blue Kits
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- Beautiful LED Arace Game DIY Parts for MAME JAMMA Project!
- 100% Zero Delay USB Encoders and Perfect work for all windows systems!
- Perfect Parts for 2 Player Arcade MAME DIY Project!
- Made with highest quality materials!Heat resistant plastic!
- Perfect LED Kit for Arcade PC Game DIY Project! Easy Install!
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This is a 2 Player Arcade Game DIY Parts for PC / PS3 USB Controller DIY Projects.
The kit can perfect fit for all the Windows System & Raspberry Pi with RetroPie System.
Each Encoder have its own USB Cable to make sure that Multiplayer can play the games in the same condition!
The Joystick is a 4/8 way professional joystick!
The buttons are 5V LED Illuminated push buttons with build-in Microswitches inside.
We will pack a installation inside the package.Please connect the parts to the encoder board exactly as our installation shows to you.
And please attention to the logo inside the led Buttons. You should connect the 3pin wires to the LED buttons exactly the same as our installation shows to you.
Please plug both USB Cables to the Device before you configurate the control.
If you purchase one of this item,What will included in the package?
2x Zero Delay LED USB Encoder
2x USB Cable
2x 5Pin wires for Joystick
20x 3Pin wires for LED Push Buttons
2x Red 24mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as start buttons
2x Blue 24mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as start buttons
8x Red 30mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as fight buttons
8x Blue 30mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as fight buttons
1x Red 5Pin 4/8 way joystick
1x Blue 5Pin 4/8 way joystick
1x Install Description
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Last weekend I built a cabinet and installed this kit. Initially, I had some buttons that remained dimly lit (but worked) and others that were unresponsive. I e-mailed support and they very quickly showed me what I had done wrong with my wiring. The instructions that are included in this package do not demonstrate that you should look to the small logo on the bottom of the button to determine the correct orientation for the wires. It does matter! After my e-mail to support, EVERYTHING is working perfectly. I'm going to attach the main image here that they sent me to help others with their wiring. If you follow this, you'll have no issues too! Great package, but the instructions need to be included. I will definitely be buying again if I build another cabinet.
Be aware that you will need a powered Usb hub if you plan to intend to keep the button leds always on. Even with a 2A power supply and the max_usb_current=1 parameter in the config.txt file you will notice flickering and power issues if you try to power it directly from the Pi.
Quality and install of the buttons is way better - they have a nut that you screw in from the bottom and they fit a range of hole sizes.
They also light up which is cool - and they dont click like the previous buttons - that was kind of annoying
They also include the 1-4 player inserts for the button - but not the coin inserts - I had already ordered those buttons anyway as I was not expecting those, but it was a nice plus
I do wish they gave you enough wires to hook up all the buttons as I will need to get a couple of those so I can have dedicated exit etc..
The controller board seems better and I like the newer USB connector they use on it - it is a standard large D type (the older type you see on printers) usb connector on the board instead of the 5 pin (but it still has the 5 pin on the board) - so you can get a usb cable of any length - but they give you a pretty long one with it anyway
Overall a great product - if I have issues I'll be sure to update - but at least on day one I am very happy after the issues I had with the one I purchased last week and returned
It is not 4-way / 8-way as described - you need to get some sort of a restrictor to switch it - and it is not simple to switch since this is in a cabinet in most cases - so technically it is - but I dont see any way to get that restrictor
This is an issue for games like pacman and rally x - in rally x it drives through walls in pac man it is all over the place
Also seems to have mind of it's own in some games - I need to test that more - I just reset the config in the Pui and will see if that helps
An example is time pilot (8 way game) - it just kind of goes off on its own to bottom left
Update: so it is 4way/8way switchable - but it is not simple to do that I can see.
I had to remove the plastic gate - there is a small circular piece that can be rotated so the gate is a diamond and not a square.
I need to fiddle with it more - but it can be done.
I REALLY like this kit but have a few small problems that I will describe just for clear transparency.
The picture instructions included don't clearly show which pins the wires attach to. I did this a couple times to get it right and it's not easy to remove those wires from the pins.
Once I hooked up the joysticks to the pi I had an issue. For wire length issues one was 180 degrees turned from the other. No matter what I did with the pi when I got into the menu the player 1 stick was flipped. Up was down and down was up. Left and right were also reverse. I took my control pannel apart, swapped it, reset the controls, and it works perfectly except now is flipped in the retroarch menu.... odd....
Something silly to complain about, but without a drop of glue or something the balls on the joysticks keep loosening up as you play hard.
The buttons work well and almost never miss registering a button push. However they just don't have a solid definitely feel when they activate.
*So, again, the above is really getting into fine details that most people won't care about. I, however, have been gaming forever and take my arcade stuff pretty seriously. All in all, a solid purchase and I will be buying again in the future when I build a new cab for my buddy.