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Looks amazing, great job!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Outrun2 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Feb 2015 at 4:41pm
Looks absolutely storming mate! That picture is gorgeous, well worth all the effort and so much nicer than a widescreen LCD. Love Sony TVs so what an unstoppable combination with a great Sega cab

..and love seeing the cab right next to an original OutRun - look at the difference in size!!
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No more cabs.. please!!
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Lovely Work there Olly. 

Silly Question, do you remember the Model number of the Sony TV?

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Yeah it's in the mass of text LOL

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Originally posted by muddymusic muddymusic wrote:

Yeah it's in the mass of text LOL

Sony KLX-9200
 

Sorry my fault, the words on the screen were blurred by me dribbling on it.

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Funny reading through this again. I still can't believe we took a saw to it like that!
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Originally posted by muddymusic muddymusic wrote:

Funny reading through this again. I still can't believe we took a saw to it like that!
 

Looking back, would you have done anything different?
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Yeah - kept the bloody cab LOL
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Originally posted by muddymusic muddymusic wrote:

Yeah - kept the bloody cab LOL
 


LOL Now I have dropped my coffee laughing!

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Quality mate, it looks amazing. I did think about doing this when I was sorting out my 50' cab but went with a projector in the end, couldn't find any 50' TV's at all. think that most have gone to landfill :(

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Finding a 50" 4:3 rear-projection TV is incredibly hard. I've seen maybe a couple in a year.

Finding one that's also VGA resolution is near impossible, sadly.

I know I mentioned it on the other thread, but putting an ultrashort projector inside the existing 50" 4:3 monitor box is pretty-much making your own rear-projection monitor.
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Hello John Bennett.

Do you know (reference) a good ultra short projector that can be put inside a 50" 4/3 cabinet (15khz)? I want to replace my faulty Mitsubishi projector in my sega megalo cabinet. 
Thank for your advises. 


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Originally posted by jfs9999 jfs9999 wrote:

Hello John Bennett.

Do you know (reference) a good ultra short projector that can be put inside a 50" 4/3 cabinet (15khz)? I want to replace my faulty Mitsubishi projector in my sega megalo cabinet. 
Thank for your advises. 

Yeah, please keep the projection! There was a lot of discussion in this thread though:

In short, if you want to keep the mirror and put the projector near to the original CRTs go, then you need a keystone of 40 degrees (a lot). But you can do it from behind without the mirror using an even shorter throw projector. 

I'll have a think and get back to you. 


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Thanks John!

I ve read the topic about HOD3 but can't find a good VP reference.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote david656 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 Jul 2020 at 11:22am
Just to echo previous discussions with John and others, I have a HOTD2 super deluxe that I want to fit some sort of 50" rear projection option, and it needs to have VGA. 

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@John bennett : some news?
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Sorry for the delay. There's a danger I'll end up repeating what I've said before, but some thoughts.

If you want to put the projector where the CRTs go (at the bottom, pointing onto the mirror), then you need: 

4:3
Throw: 0.62:1 (or shorter)
Keystone +/- 40 degrees

As for the minimum display frequency, ideally something that lists 15kHz and 24kHz if you want to play JAMMA and medium-resolution stuff. Failing that, you'll have to add a a frequency converter board (which is a mixed bag - OSSC sounds the best as it's least lag and emulates scanlines).

Sadly, I don't think there's many projectors that do that massive keystone. The Benq MW621ST does and there's at least one Acer that does, but otherwise I don't know - I'll have to look at some databases.

However... I think the projector's behind ends up sticking out of the front of the cab, which you could get away with a Megalo410 or a Daytona, where the console is pushed upto the screen, but in a Megalo50  and some other cabs, that's not viable.

So, I think you might have to experiment by removing the mirror and projecting from the rear, as in the HOT3 cab.

The depth of a Megalo50 is about 60cm, so you want something that can focus at comfortably less than that 50cm (including the length of the projector).
The throw is the projection distance (e.g. 50cm) divided horizontal size of the monitor (about 40 inch = 100cm), so 0.5 or lower.

The NEC UM280x is the projector being used in the HOT3 thread- might be worth asking orphanzombie if he's made more progress and how it looks now. The specs do say it can fit inside a Megalo comfortably.
It's all a bit experimental, so I'd go for a second hand unit off eBay for around £100 - you don't want to spend hundreds.
There's a few of the NECs on eBay, all under £100. The price reflects the lamp hours used. I think you can get replacement lamps for a reasonable price (but do check) 
I can't promise it'll work perfectly - I should buy one myself for a play around, but I don't have a 50" cab. It MIGHT work with 15kHz, otherwise you'll need a converter.
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Thank John Bennett, good explanation!

So  the Benq MW621ST can display 15 khz source ( because i wan't to use my Mame box in 15khz) isn't it? This model seems to be hard to find ?

Do you know is the Benq MW632ST is also a good projector to use ?


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Hmm, I'm not sure. 
Like the other Benq, it's not an ultra-short- throw, so it won't fit inside the monitor - it would have to stick out the front (with the image reflecting off the mirror).
They keystone is also only 30", so it might not produce a square image.
And it's £500

I think removing the mirror and trying to fit a used NEC (for <£100) would be safer experiment. If it doesn't display 15kHz, then try an OSSC or a cheaper image scaler. 
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So i have fitted 2 of the projectors i got which are um280x had okay results but havent taken much time to tune it and really have jusy plonked them in due to time.

I have linked what i have got so far image isnt yhe best but this is due to the lenses f**king up the image as when paper is placed on the inside of the machine the image is good.

The projectors i used can take 15khz no problems and it didnt glich out and not properly sync

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