from Retro Bartop Arcade Compy
by Noe Ruiz
Yanis Merikhi shared on Thingiverse:
After several months of research and work, the final result is finally here. The whole thing will cost me about 150 € although I did a lot of recovery.
The whole is based on a raspberry pi 3 b + under recalbox in the carcass of a Minitel Matra M1. The screen is a first price 8 “brand Eyoyo bought on Ebay.I removed the frame of the screen to get it in and put its speakers on the sides with grates printed in 3d. , I use a socket of ps3 (of recovery) that I soldered to a quad socket 4 taken for simplicity For the joysticks, I used a Quimat brand pack available for twenty euros on Amazon Finally, I use a USB hub that comes out on the right side to be able to connect other controllers and therefore, play several.
Although I have no experience, I am very proud of the result; I do not know if I would do another
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Original article: Retro Bartop Arcade Compy