Jamma games in Sega Lindbergh cab

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Jamma games in Sega Lindbergh cab

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Hi, new to the board and a new lindbergh cabinet owner.

I have a ton of Jamma games that I want to use on the cabinet and have done a bunch of research. I know I need an upscaler which I bought:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E7HSQXK/ref ... +converter"

And I know I need a Jamma to jvs adaptor which I bought:

http://www.rs2006.co.jp/e/adapter/index.html"

So I thought I was all set. The problem is the lindbergh power connecters are nothing like the ones on the Jamma converter which I assume uses standard JVS connectors?

Is it a matter adapting the power connectors? Or is that Jamma converter not the one to use? Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks!
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I'm assuming you need this ?

ATX to JVS

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check with Francob :D
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Well that looks like EXACTLY what I need :)

Francob I see posts in this forum, maybe he'll jump in? I'd love to get his input on that Jamma > JVS adaptor I bought as I remember hearing he used to make them. Francob, any help you have would be amazing, thanks!
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Thanks Andygeezer! Ordering now!
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oh nice, Andy's got the actual sega part :D
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