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  • 2-Player Bartop Arcade Machine (Powered by Pi)

    The way i did it was cutting two sheets of plexiglass and simply placing a colour printout of my artwork between the two sheets and secured with aluminium angle screwed into place.

    The way i solved it was using clear plexiglass/perspex and cutting 2 pieces same size. I printed 3 artworks on 1 a3 sheet from the local printer. Once 1 is cut out it is secured with 2 pieces of aluminium angle screwed into place.

    The speakers are just 4" speakers upcycled from old stereo speakers i pulled apart. They are plugged into a cheap 2.0 amp i had lying around. The amp i just pulled apart and put the potentiometer into a blank light switch plate with a new dial on it. The speaker covers i bought online: http://www.vadership.com/product-category/speakers-amplifiers/

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  • 2-Player Bartop Arcade Machine (Powered by Pi)

    Here's my attempt. I added speakers on the side and a volume switch. I've since added sub ports on the sides as well. I've had a few problems setting up my xin mo controller for 2 player, if anyone has some tips or links that would help. Thanks

    I've bought from:http://www.vadership.com/http://www.diyarcade.com.au/Both were good to deal with.

    I've bought from:http://www.vadership.com/http://www.diyarcade.com.au/Both were good to deal with.

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