The manual is just a file with unattached printed sheets of paper. Part of them being the English manual of the Gonbes by Jammaboards.
Otherwise, it's fully Japanese.
I ordered the two available harnesses: one comes with the voltmeter and the other one is plain.
The box is standard, without any logo or inscription. My seller was smart enough to pack that box into another with more protection. Proven useful.
It's really well packaged.
And the goods are a-showin'.
Standard S-Video and Video cables. Quality seems good.
VGA cable, standard too, quality seems good too.
Scart cable, of course Japanese. Standard too, good quality too.
Unpacked yet, my little boards, just in case.
Namco System 12 kick harness. Now, quality really shines, it even has a little dongle in order to not plug it the wrong way.
CPS2 kick harness. Plugs into the CPS1 kick harness which is part of the JAMMA harness itself.
Did I mention it's well packaged?
They thought about everything and as a result, it arrived without any damaged. Thank you seller!
It's heavier than the Boardmaster but also smaller.
First look, it's gorgeous.
The whole package, along with an added HDMI cable (3 meters) and a Watt & Co (French design brand) Japanese into French plug adapter. Note it doesn't do conversion since you don't need it.
On the right side is the JAMMA plug. It's standard, unlike many other superguns and the maker even put a key into it so that you can't plug the harness the wrong way. It was one of the things I wanted to add myself, so I'm pretty happy it was already took for me, without even asking.
But, please keep in mind that while the plug is standard, it's NOT exactly JAMMA, since pins e and 27 are not the ground but the players 1 and 2 sixth button, it was necessary to keep things compatible while allowing the kick harness integration.
Left side is for the switch button, the jack audio output, with volume control, two VGA outputs, a 5V DC output plug and the fuse.
Behind is no less porn: S-Video, Video, RGB, HDMI and another VGA output.
They really thought about everything, with center pads.
Three thumb screws and you access the insides; think Hori VLX Premium here.
But I quickly tested Seimitsu levers and buttons and not my cup of tea.
The Gonbes board. Nothing special here, but I plan to customize it.
This is the rapid fire board, custom I believe.
The video output boards. One for HDMI, another one for third VGA, S-Video and video.
You can see the JAMMA plug. Everything is pretty well made and clean. Definitely not the Boardmaster.
And the panel itself. If someone has got an aero city panel full size layout I can print, I would like to see if it is the same. Otherwise, it really screams quality, here, it's really impressive, although it's up to Kernow to say.