Sega DMD Assemblies needed


By C65Mustang

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#1 31 days ago

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Sega DMD Assemblies needed

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I picked up 2 sega pinball machines and they are both missing the DMD assemblies, I need part number 515-6713-00. Does anyone have a couple used for sale? These are for X-files and Viper night driving pins


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#2 31 days ago

If you don't get any replies, check on eBay, usually $80-100. Or new ones are about $180 at pinball life or Marco.

#3 31 days ago
Quoted from Jtm3:

If you don't get any replies, check on eBay, usually $80-100. Or new ones are about $180 at pinball life or Marco.

I checked on ebay and didn't see anything pop up. searching "Sega DMD" brings up nothing. Am I searching the wrong thing?

#4 31 days ago

Check the brand name on the back of your DMD. Search for that brand for best compatibility.

Edit: sorry you don't have the original. There are a couple major brands. Can't think of them off hand. Maybe owners of the game can chime in with their brands.

#5 30 days ago

Vishay, Cherry, Babcock, Quantum Electronics. They should all work. Just search for "pinball DMD". I have never seen one that was proprietary to a game brand. (Except the large Sega displays in Maverick, Batman forever, Baywatch and Mary Shelly's Frankenstein or small displays for Data East Hook, TMNT, checkpoint). All the 128 x 32 line, plasma dmd's have pretty much the same specs.

#6 30 days ago

http://www.pinballlife.com/index.php?p=product&id=164

$179 each brand new with 5% off for 2 or more. Both of your games are on the compatiblity list.

#7 30 days ago

As mentioned above any brand 128x32 DMD will work in any pinball machine. They all have the same interface.

#8 30 days ago

You could even put in a Sigma LED ColorDMD in them now and choose which ever color you want the display to be while you wait for the game to get colorized. Choose the Sam/Whitestar kit for these 2 games.

http://shop.colordmd.com/led-replacement-display-sigma/

#9 30 days ago

Or you could go with pin2dmd which is only little over the price of a original dmd and also adds color!
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#10 30 days ago

Thank you all for your replies and suggestions but I need more than just the DMD screen. I need 2 entire DMD assemblies, The DMD screen, the DMD holder, the static shield, the RF shield, and the Display controller board. Its all gone

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#11 17 days ago

Bump, anyone have a full DMD sega assembly? I actually could use 2 and a digital I/O board as well

#12 17 days ago
Quoted from C65Mustang:

Bump, anyone have a full DMD sega assembly? I actually could use 2 and a digital I/O board as well

You will have to piece it all together most likely. I had to do it for a Godzilla a few years ago it was a pain in the ass.

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