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#81
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/6 20:40
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*goes into this topic* *stares at VirtualJockey* *stares...* *STARES..*
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#82
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/6 21:44
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gunpeiyokoifan wrote:
*goes into this topic* *stares at VirtualJockey* *stares...* *STARES..*


Just keepin' the dream alive.
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#83
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/6 21:47
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virtualboyfreak wrote:
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Well, this picture is no news either, but now you have more to talk about than an hour ago :-P It's just two versions of the same thing, made by two artists of the Virtual Boy ;-)


Who made the PCB on the right? I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.
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#84
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/6 23:44
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It arrived today! Oh Fraptious day!

Now I can get back to work on making a manual for it!
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#85
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/7 2:57
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VirtualJockey wrote:
Who made the PCB on the right? I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.


That was my PLCC PCB: http://www.projectvb.com/tech/carts/plccpcb.html .

DogP
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#86
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/7 4:01
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DogP wrote:
Quote:

VirtualJockey wrote:
Who made the PCB on the right? I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.


That was my PLCC PCB: http://www.projectvb.com/tech/carts/plccpcb.html .

DogP


Ahh, that one. I still like it.
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#87
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/7 11:20
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I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.


Not sure what you mean ?
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#88
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/8 1:48
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MineStorm wrote:
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I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.


Not sure what you mean ?


I thought that no company made the PCBs with the pinout, and you needed to sacrifice a cart for the part. Was I mistaken?
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#89
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/8 7:37
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VirtualJockey wrote:

I thought that no company made the PCBs with the pinout, and you needed to sacrifice a cart for the part. Was I mistaken?


The reason for cart destruction has nothing to do with PCBs. It's just that the only way to get connectors that fit in a standard VB cartridge shell is by removing them from an existing game. There are, apparently, "off-the-shelf" connectors that mate with the VB's cartridge connector, but I gather they are hard to find, moderately expensive, and don't really fit a standard cartridge PCB or shell. As an aside, if someone with a source of such connectors is reading this, I would participate in a group purchase of these if the final price was right. But that's a discussion for another thread...

FYI, the word "pinout" refers to a list or chart of the pins of a connector or device and the corresponding signals those pins carry. When discussing a PCB, one usually refers to the "outline" of a part – the arrangement of copper "pads" to which a part is soldered.
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#90
Re: Bound High carts
Posted on: 2011/6/8 21:05
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Quote:

DogP wrote:
Quote:

VirtualJockey wrote:
Who made the PCB on the right? I hope one day someone can produce homebrew PCBs with the pin-out (pin-in) intact.


That was my PLCC PCB: http://www.projectvb.com/tech/carts/plccpcb.html .

DogP


Yeap, they are DogP's and MineStorm's PCB's. As I said, jobs of VB artists :-)
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