Everten is selling two new PCB add-ons for Sega ST-V Titan arcade PCBs. The ST-V is the arcade equivalent of the Sega Saturn. One PCB adds a stereo RCA connector under the board which plugs in to the PCB’s JST audio connector, and another flavor adds both stereo RCA and CPS-1 & CPS-2 kick harnesses, replacing the board’s original IO board.
EVERTEN ST-V Boards add stereo RCA connectors and CPS1 & CPS2 kick harness connectors to the Sega ST-V. See photos for details.
ST-V IO Board (stereo audio + CPS1 and CPS2 kick harness connectors)
Mounts without hardware using sockets on the CN25 and CN21 headers.
Photos available here: flic.kr/s/aHsmNC4Leu
Fully assembled – $25 shipped w/ tracking in the USA, $23+shipping everywhere else
PCB blank (no parts) – $7 shipped no tracking in USA, $8 shipped no tracking everywhere else
ST-V Stereo Audio (stereo audio only)
Mounts under the PCB using 2 existing screw holes, requires the ST-V to have PCB feet installed.
Photos available here: flic.kr/s/aHsmNBYaau
Fully assembled PCB – $16 shipped w/ tracking in the USA, $14+shipping everywhere else
PCB blank (no parts) – $5 shipped no tracking in USA, $6 shipped no tracking everywhere else
I wanted to learn how to design a PCB so I took this on as a really simple project to get my feet wet. I wanted a more elegant/permanent solution for stereo audio via RCA on the ST-V without worrying about a spare adapter cable. I know this is not really necessary and probably pointless to most of you, but I thought I’d share.
It uses the screw holes on the heat sink to mount under the main board, so it requires your ST-V to have PCB feet.