Pi2jamma worked on release time with a preliminary image, the so called arcade image. This image is outdated will not longer supported. Find here some docs.
The Arcade Image is the second offered Image for the Raspberry Pi and contains only Arcade Emulators. Please do not use Arcade Image for Pi2SCART.
Download arcade image
The Arcade Image offers Mame4all and piFBA. For further features see readme file on USB Stick.
The Arcade Image has three roms folders on the USB Stick
Copy your roms in this directories. Take care that your take the correct rom set.
- Mame4All – 0.37b5
- AdvMame – 0.106
- FBA2X – 0.2.96.71
- Pi2Jamma PCB
- Stock Audio Cable for Pi2Jamma
- SD Card for Raspberry Pi
- Raspberry Pi 3
- USB Stick
- Windows Tool Win32diskimager
- Download Software Image (see above)
Step 1. Insert SD card to Raspberry Pi
Step 2. Insert USB Stick to Raspberry Pi
Step 3. Plug Audio Cable to Raspberry Pi
Step 4. Plug Raspberry Pi to Pi2jamma
Step 5. Plug Audio Cable to Pi2jamma
Step 6. Plug Pi2jamma to your Arcade Cab
You should see menu booting up. Congratulations you can now start copying your roms to the USB Stick.
The Pi2Jamma comes with a GPIO female connector and will be plugged directly on the Raspberry Pi.
The Pi2Jamma has a Jamma Interface. The Jamma harness will plugged on the Jamma connector without any modification on the cab. Parts side is the top Side.
For Audio the stock audio cable will be plugged to the audio connector of the Pi2Jamma and Raspberry Pi.
Volume control is on the black potentiometer on the Pi2Jamma. Adjust it to your needs.
Button 4, 5 for both Player is on Jamma Connector Pin 25 and 26 and bottom side. Bottom 6 for both players is available on the screw terminal. The screw terminals has also one GND.
Raspberry Pi is powered via Jamma. Again, there’s no need for extra power, just Jamma interface. Raspberry Pi has over voltage protection.