Arcade parts set - knobs,joystick and controller et al - £11.32 delivered @ Banggood
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Arcade parts set - knobs,joystick and controller et al - £11.32 delivered @ Banggood

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Found 26th Dec 2016
For all who may have got a Raspberry Pi from Santa, a nice little kit of bits to create a mame type console.
Yes it's Banggood. Used them before with no problems and nothing has been hacked etc etc.

Description :

Game DIY Arcade Set Kits Replacement Parts USB Encoder to PC Joystick and Buttons

Features :

Available in 4 choice of colors.
Each encoder can just support one joystick.
You can use them to DIY your own Arcade game machine.

Specification :

Joystick Size: Approx. 95x60x100mm
Encoder Board Size: Approx. 85x35mm
USB Cable Length: Approx. 1.8m
Compatible Model: MAME & Fight Stick etc.
Color: Pink / Red / Black / White

Package includeds :

1 x Encoder Board
1 x USB Cable
1 x 5pin Cable for Joystick
1 x 5 Pin Joystick
8 x 30mm Push Buttons
2 x 24mm Push Buttons
13 x Wire Cables for Buttons
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Been after some knobs X)
888eyeball

Been after some knobs X)



​You'll find a few on here
showing at £14.16 now
Cool looks like I have a new project!
Great price. Add a raspberry pie and you've got the start of a nice little games table project.
Great price heat added, I've priced these up elsewhere in the past and they cost a lot more but do I really need two I already have a Pi Zero NES cartridge console on the go and a PI 3 using retropi in a 3d printed nes case. 2 it is.

Edit: Thats weird before I signed in it showed op's price but when I sign in it shows £14.16.
Edited by: "marra" 26th Dec 2016
Absolutely shocking service from this company. Anything goes wrong (like it did with me) they expect you to send it back to China.
Thanks, but no thanks.
Expired £14.17 now.
Still showing £11.32 when I checked a minute ago
http://img2.banggood.com/thumb/large/oaupload/banggood/images/94/70/90b52450-64a8-8d75-6885-aec91f54d608.jpg
jamgin

Still showing £11.32 when I checked a minute ago


It does until you sign in
Always fancied making a Mame retro arcade kit. Thought about using an old laptop or desktop though not a raspberry pi. How easy is it on the pi? I struggled slightly (probably because I didn't invest enough time to be honest). Whereas mame for Windows is there on a plate and easy.
this looks great, only from banggood.
neilcaldwell

Always fancied making a Mame retro arcade kit. Thought about using an old … Always fancied making a Mame retro arcade kit. Thought about using an old laptop or desktop though not a raspberry pi. How easy is it on the pi? I struggled slightly (probably because I didn't invest enough time to be honest). Whereas mame for Windows is there on a plate and easy.



Try the Retropie site to start with:
retropie site link
neilcaldwell

Always fancied making a Mame retro arcade kit. Thought about using an old … Always fancied making a Mame retro arcade kit. Thought about using an old laptop or desktop though not a raspberry pi. How easy is it on the pi? I struggled slightly (probably because I didn't invest enough time to be honest). Whereas mame for Windows is there on a plate and easy.


Its really easy you can be up and running with retropie in 30 mins.
Edited by: "marra" 27th Dec 2016
ebay.co.uk/itm…rue

similar priced on ebay,uk stock



Edited by: "greenalien1" 27th Dec 2016
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