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Sega Boardmaster Supergun

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Not a cab I know but I was just interested in anyone's thoughts on this supergun is it any good?
Anyone own one on here?
Im thinking of importing one.
Thanks Corin.
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They look cool but the Sigma and Vega have better RGB output
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I bought one of these actually its brand new I haven't used it yet as I don't have an Rgb scart lead for it. The lead was missing from the box. :?
Im not sure where I can get one from I've looked on Ebay but there aren't any. I just prefer the look of the Sega model
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I had the 2L6B version of the combo and it used the same RGB lead as the PANA.
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cozzie wrote:Not a cab I know but I was just interested in anyone's thoughts on this supergun is it any good?
Anyone own one on here?
Im thinking of importing one.
Thanks Corin.
Best SG ever. Takes a standard Sega panel. :awe:

Getting a decent RGB picture requires some rewiring though.
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Oh thats no good for me then.....When It comes to wiring Im pathetic. :D
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cozzie wrote:I bought one of these actually its brand new I haven't used it yet as I don't have an Rgb scart lead for it. The lead was missing from the box. :?
Im not sure where I can get one from I've looked on Ebay but there aren't any. I just prefer the look of the Sega model
Holy ****, thats a very nice minty combo av :awe: I had one for a while that I bought from someone here, it was a real beater compared to that one though!

Shouldn't be too hard to source the pinout for the av out surely? Iirc theres a pdf on the web somewhere... :think:

Edit: here we go, pinout of the 8 pin din here, just need to make up an rgb cable. 8-)
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Speak to Lee @ VGI. I'm pretty sure he has some RGB scart cables for these.
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where are you thinking of importing one from?? I have been after on of these for a while.
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I will get one from Japan....they pop up now and again.
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Spectre wrote:
cozzie wrote:I bought one of these actually its brand new I haven't used it yet as I don't have an Rgb scart lead for it. The lead was missing from the box. :?
Im not sure where I can get one from I've looked on Ebay but there aren't any. I just prefer the look of the Sega model
Holy ****, thats a very nice minty combo av :awe: I had one for a while that I bought from someone here, it was a real beater compared to that one though!

Shouldn't be too hard to source the pinout for the av out surely? Iirc theres a pdf on the web somewhere... :think:

Edit: here we go, pinout of the 8 pin din here, just need to make up an rgb cable. 8-)
Thanks for your help mate but honestly I wouldnt have a clue. :oops:
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cozzie wrote:Thanks for your help mate but honestly I wouldnt have a clue. :oops:
Well if you decide to sell the comboav let me know, although I'm not sure I could affoard it!
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VGI is where I got mine from - about £15 if I remember correctly.
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Hmm..I sold one of these brand new many many many years ago and this happened to be the picture I have taken :D :p :p

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cozzie wrote:I bought one of these actually its brand new I haven't used it yet as I don't have an Rgb scart lead for it. The lead was missing from the box. :?
Im not sure where I can get one from I've looked on Ebay but there aren't any. I just prefer the look of the Sega model
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CPS2 wrote:
cozzie wrote:Not a cab I know but I was just interested in anyone's thoughts on this supergun is it any good?
Anyone own one on here?
Im thinking of importing one.
Thanks Corin.
Best SG ever. Takes a standard Sega panel. :awe:

Getting a decent RGB picture requires some rewiring though.
Can you explain the rewiring, please?
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