I’m Not Dead, I’m Just Moving

Actual restoration posts on this blog have been a bit thin on the ground for the last 6 months.  I know this but it’s because I’m FINALLY moving to a bigger place and the Blast City and all the games are kinda obscured by boxes and not near anything like a power socket at the moment.  However, this means that when it is moved I’ll have it in a much better location to be able to do some of the fine tuning I’ve wanted to do for AGES.  This includes:

  • A guide on tuning the Monitor for convergence issues.
    • My monitor is fine but the corners are getting more and more colour drift and  moving it will give me a chance to rectify this and document the process as I go.
  • Removal of the monitor and quick check up.
    • I’ve not had it out in about 3 years so I thought I’d be able to do a tour
  • Giving the internals a proper clean.
    • When I got the cab it was dirty.  I only ever semi cleaned it.  the inside isn’t super clean and, if I want to get it back to factory fresh I need to touch it up a little.
  • Make that damn Naomi 2 as quiet as I know it can be.
    • the fans cause case rattle when on so I need to work out a way of dampening the vibration more permanently (the blue-tac method fails quite quickly) without modding it from stuck in a permanent way.

Anyway, I have to actually move first….  See ya in a month or so!


About Alec Dunn (LegoYoda)

Alec is an IT Architect focused around large private / hybrid cloud design and automation. He's also a big fan of the 'arcade' culture and games of yesteryear and loves taking things apart to see how they all work.
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