stephenParticipant03/20/2016 at 01:53Post count: 12
This is my first build I started last month, the plans are from instructables.
I designed the template for the graphics in Photoshop and had them printed by RockStarPrint.
Still a bit to go on it, marquee, t-moulding and speakers built into the top.shoothereParticipant03/20/2016 at 15:41Post count: 131
WOW! Looking awesomesauce!
I am most curious how you will be handling the display/sound output.
Keep us updated and you’ve got something that makes many of us jealous! :PstephenParticipant03/20/2016 at 16:48Post count: 12
The monitor I’m using doesn’t have built in speakers so I’ll be using a small subwoofer and two 4 inch speakers built into the marquee facing up.
The subwoofer is just a 12v power with audio jack that plugs straight into the raspberry pi.
Video output is a Hdmi to dvi cable.AnonymousInactive03/21/2016 at 07:10Post count: 63
Very nice. I think I know the instructable you’re following. Is his console titled Galactic Starcade? I’m using that one as my inspiration. I just purchased my monitor, joysticks, and buttons.stephenParticipant03/21/2016 at 11:07Post count: 12
Yes that’s the instructable I followed, if you have any questions regarding the build let me know as some of that guide is not very clear.
I can give you the photoshop template I made for making the artwork also.AnonymousInactive03/21/2016 at 16:07Post count: 63
Mine will probably be a bit larger. I was able to get a real good Craigslist deal on a 20.5 inch monitor. I’m also going to have 8 buttons per player instead of 6. I purchased snap-in buttons as well, so I’m going to have to re-engineer the front panel to account for that now. I will be doing something similar with the speakers as well, but I was planning to use a much smaller amplifier. Probably in the neighborhood of 8W or so.stephenParticipant03/21/2016 at 17:54Post count: 12
Yeah I have a 20″ wide screen monitor in mine also, the amplifier I have is really small just looks big in the pics I’ve heard the sound output is not overly load but just enough.
If you just router out the back of the button cuts to whatever thickness you need for the snap in buttons that should work
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