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[[File:Ftc1b.jpg|thumb|Picture courtesy of [[http://www.mvs-scans.com MVS-Scans]].]]
 
[[File:Ftc1b.jpg|thumb|Picture courtesy of [[http://www.mvs-scans.com MVS-Scans]].]]
  
[[Multiplayer]] [[extension]] board (only ?) used with [[Kizuna Encounter - Super Tag Battle]] to allow 4 players to play on the same [[MVS system|MVS]] board. It forms a Y splitter with 2 [[JAMMA]] edges to connect two monitors, two pair of speakers and two 2-player controls.
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[[Multiplayer]] [[extension board]] (only ?) used with [[Kizuna Encounter - Super Tag Battle]] to allow 4 players to play on the same [[MVS system|MVS]] board. It forms a Y splitter with 2 [[JAMMA connector pinout|JAMMA]] edges to connect two monitors, two pair of speakers and two 2-player controls.
  
It multiplexes the inputs thanks to the regular joypad inputs on the JAMMA edge and the input from a 4-wire (actually 3 used) cable that connects to the output port of the [[MV1B]] or [[MV1C]], it also provides analog buffering for the video signals and power for the speakers (amp under the heatsink).
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It multiplexes the inputs from both JAMMA edges and the selection signals from a 4-wire (actually 3 used) cable that connects to the [[output port]] of the {{PCB|MV1B}} or {{PCB|MV1C}}, it also provides analog buffering for the video signals and power for the speakers (amp under the heatsink).
  
OUT1 is player selection. OUT2 is unused, OUT3 is used for detection.
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=Inputs=
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Uses {{Reg|REG_POUTPUT}}. OUT1 is input selection, OUT2 seems to be unused, OUT3 is used for board detection by the [[system ROM]].
  
 
When OUT1 is low:
 
When OUT1 is low:
*P1 reads EDGE 1 (right), player 1
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* P1 reads EDGE 1 (right), player 1
*P2 reads EDGE 2 (left), player 1
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* P2 reads EDGE 2 (left), player 1
  
 
Whe OUT1 is high:
 
Whe OUT1 is high:
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*EDGE 2 player 2 button B is pressed
 
*EDGE 2 player 2 button B is pressed
  
The AD8044 is a quad rail to rail op-amp with 150MHz bandwith.
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=Video buffer=
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The AD8044 is a quadruple rail to rail op-amp with 150MHz bandwidth.
  
 
[[File:Ftc1b_schematic.png|800px]]
 
[[File:Ftc1b_schematic.png|800px]]

Revision as of 18:32, 13 March 2017

Picture courtesy of [MVS-Scans].

Multiplayer extension board (only ?) used with Kizuna Encounter - Super Tag Battle to allow 4 players to play on the same MVS board. It forms a Y splitter with 2 JAMMA edges to connect two monitors, two pair of speakers and two 2-player controls.

It multiplexes the inputs from both JAMMA edges and the selection signals from a 4-wire (actually 3 used) cable that connects to the output port of the MV1B or MV1C, it also provides analog buffering for the video signals and power for the speakers (amp under the heatsink).

Inputs

Uses REG_POUTPUT. OUT1 is input selection, OUT2 seems to be unused, OUT3 is used for board detection by the system ROM.

When OUT1 is low:

  • P1 reads EDGE 1 (right), player 1
  • P2 reads EDGE 2 (left), player 1

Whe OUT1 is high:

  • P1 reads EDGE 1 (right), player 2
  • P2 reads EDGE 2 (left), player 2

When OUT3 is high:

  • EDGE 1 player 1 button A is pressed
  • EDGE 2 player 1 button A is pressed
  • EDGE 1 player 2 button B is pressed
  • EDGE 2 player 2 button B is pressed

Video buffer

The AD8044 is a quadruple rail to rail op-amp with 150MHz bandwidth.

Ftc1b schematic.png