420. Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:11 am Post subject:
I am president of my college's DDR club, and we hope on eventually raising enough money to buy a DDR machine for our own student center.
I recently bought an upgrade kit, for my own purposes of experimenting w/ a 573 unit, that is tested as working. I figured it would be bootlegged anyways since it matches this discription:
From the choosing a DDR Machine" FAQ:
[quote]Bootlegs are just that, come with a bootleg security pass chip designed to fool the current card into thinking the upgrade is legit, a diagram on how to replace said chip, a burned copy of the game CD and sometimes a thin plastic marquee.
The kit came with a burned copy of MAX2, instructions, and a chip (no marquee, thought it was noted that it was sometimes added on), and wonder how I can tell if this chip is indeed a lockout chip like above? If it is indeed a lockout chip, what will this mean in regards to being able to up/downgrade? _________________
I'll believe that when me **** turns purple, and smells like rainbow sherbet.
423. Posted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:19 pm Post subject:
Is there any way to clear just the Player's Best on a SuperNOVA machine, without clearing the scores?
It appears not to be possible. The only option I see is to clear all "Ranked" data, which would be high scores and presumably the Player's Best List too?
On Extreme it was under Game Options, just delete the "Player's Tendency" option, which was separate from high scores. Never really needed to clear the list on SN yet, but it appears its not an option that I can find. Sorry. _________________
425. Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 7:32 pm Post subject:
All of the various panels for the major games are about the same thickness. Andamiro's parts website says each panel is 1cm thick, my machine's stored right now so I can't just go out and confirm like I'd like to, but 1cm seems about dead on.
In case you're wondering, you can use a PIU center panel in a DDR/ITG machine and DDR/ITG arrows for a PIU center panel. They're the same size. _________________
426. Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 11:34 pm Post subject:
(*snickers*, I feel like I'm on a ranch webboard or something...)
That's interesting with the Pump it up pads... although, I don't think I want to use a pump center piece for all 4 of my arrows
I dunno, honestly... I've taken a DDR pad apart, several times... I worked at Playdium for 3 years... I seen that thing all the time. however, 1cm, just seemed kinda 'thin' for something that is being stomped and jumped on...
I'm "renovating" my old pad, and making it "arcade like"... so just working on finding things that will work for it...
I found a place where I am, that will make them for 25 bucks each, and that way I can customize the arrows how I want.
It's 3/8 inch (JUST under 1cm) thick Lexan with Marguard. However, what I would need is the exact dimensions of one. (how big is the actual triangle cut outs...)
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