This is my mod of my Arcade1Up Street Fighter Cabinet.
I don’t post many videos at all but based on all the hard work I put towards this project I thought I’d post a video of it.. I don’t edit videos either, just right off my phone..!
I got ideas from all over the place (YouTube, Reddit, etc) and came up with the build on video.
As mentioned on the video, the Mausberry Circuit Board I got is defective where it won’t detect a discrete on/off switch. Using the Arcade1Up Power switch will cause the Pi to shut down a 2-3 seconds after being turned on. Using the button switch I had no problems. I contacted Mausberry but it seems like I’m just being ignored on the issue.. So just in case you buy one with the same defect I had, it’s worth trying a button switch..!
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