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Custom building a MAME cabinet can be both enjoyable and very rewarding. If you are even the slightest bit handy, own a screwdriver and can afford a $25 jigsaw you can most likely build your very own MAME arcade machine.

Multicade boards also have a VGA port and some even have HDMI making it easy to upgrade to an LCD monitor now or later. However it should be noted that there are those in the MAME cabinet community who believe that anything other than a CRT is arcade blasphemy!

I ordered the Classic Unit panel and added the midnight blue overlay. I highly recommend an overlay as it makes the controls look like a real arcade system. The painful thing is it took almost 5 weeks from when I ordered to the day it was delivered. The construction and overall quality is superb and definitely worth the wait.

I used a sub-woofer I already had and bought Cyber Acoustic Speakers to mount above the pre-cut speaker holes. Keep in mind that your arcade can also double as a jukebox, so make sure you get something that sounds decent.

The coin door was the last touch to the arcade which is just for looks and has no real function. The arcade games do require a coin to be inserted prior to playing. However, the control panel has coin buttons to trigger this event.

Emulators are needed to drive your arcade games which are called ROMs. Your PC is way more powerful than the original hardware that ran all those classic games and there is a whole community dedicated towards writing emulators to play them. There are many emulators out there and what follows are my favorites:

I have over 7,000 different games available on my arcade system. I use the favorites menu to keep track of the ones my friends and I play the most. If I had to create a most played list it would include:

I have access to 2 free arcade cabinets, Rampart & an original Golden Tee. Would you recommend getting one or both of these, then gutting them for a preassembled starting point or are the controllers built specifically for certain cabinet sizes?

I bought a cocktail table arcade unit, but the stickers on the top were cut badly. The company I bought it from said they just installed the electronics. Does anyone know where I can get stickers for the top and sides?

Hi, I have all the emulators on my computer from Game Boy all the way up to Wii U. I know how they all work. I always wanted to build an arcade witch i know is not that hard, but how do you get the coin door to register with the emulator when someone puts the quarter in?

Todd,Thanks for posting. I have a dream arcade upright that I want to upgrade with a Win 10 PC so I can use it for other things like Oculus. I live in NoVa do you know anyone that could help with this project?

I wonder if the businesses that will sell you a complete arcade game would allow you to buy a board loaded with however many games you want? This seems easier than trying to set up emulators on your own computer.

Hi Todd. Awesome man, just awesome. I am wanting to start with a Mame System for my arcade as the local guys here are insane with their prices. I found out where to buy the Ipac 2 or 4 but only huge problem is what version of Mame to use and where to get the complete version. I hope someone can help me with that. Thank you.

I love the idea to add a sub woofer to your arcade sound system. I have been wanting to make our bonus ro


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