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Cactus Canyon Continued HEP/epthegeek


By High_End_Pins

5 years ago



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  • Latest reply 4 years ago by markmon
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#1 5 years ago

Big thanks to epthegeek for the help on this. First time installing it here.He made it a breeze.
After a little observation I was able to mount everything neat and clean in conjunction with epthegeeks set up which was my biggest concern.
Might put some pics up in the thread here later but this is the link to it. http://christopherhutchins.com/gallery/album597

#2 5 years ago

Stunning! As usual Chris. Awesome work.

The head looks very clean how everything was installed and wired

#3 5 years ago

Wow! I'd like to see something like this in person some day.

Nice landscaping as well.

#4 5 years ago

HEPthegeek!

#5 5 years ago

Some pictures for the thread.

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#6 5 years ago

Playfield.

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#7 5 years ago

Inside head and cabinet.

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#8 5 years ago

Very neat and tidy setup, beautiful restoration as always..
I'm interested which kind of brand/type of computer case, motherboard and cpu you used.

#9 4 years ago
Quoted from lyzanxia:

Very neat and tidy setup, beautiful restoration as always..
I'm interested which kind of brand/type of computer case, motherboard and cpu you used.

Thanks. No clue on the set up .That was all handled by epthegeek. It was plug and play combined with the Proc board.

#10 4 years ago

i'll be doing this soon

#11 4 years ago
Quoted from lyzanxia:

I'm interested which kind of brand/type of computer case, motherboard and cpu you used.

Looks like a Shuttle DS61 v1.1. Same one I used in my project.

#12 4 years ago
Quoted from Nelly:

Looks like a Shuttle DS61 v1.1. Same one I used in my project.

True story. For CPU I just get whatever socket 1155 is cheap at the time.

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#13 4 years ago

What did you use for the audio? I'm still running off external speakers and would like to hard wire it up.

#14 4 years ago
Quoted from Bigdaddy1000:

What did you use for the audio? I'm still running off external speakers and would like to hard wire it up.

Lepai 168 amp.

#15 4 years ago
Quoted from markmon:

Lepai 168 amp.

Thanks - saw that in the photo. How is it connected into the game itself though? Do I just run game audio directly into the amp and then to the speakers (and if so, how)? I had previously tried the mod described by Erik on soldmy.org but had way too much hum to keep it that way. Thanks for the help.

#16 4 years ago

Audio out cable from pc to the amp input. Sub channel from amp to cabinet speaker. Left and right output channel to backbox speakers, replacing the right 3.5" with a full 5.25" for balanced stereo sound. Then you can adjust the cabinet speaker crossover and bass amount. I did the same thing on my Nucore Rfm and even with the 6.5" the speaker shakes the game like it has a real sub in it.

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