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Sold Sold pending full payment. Virtual Pin for sale by Dutch Auction.

thecroquetkid

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SOLD.. PROJECT. Kaseo Virtual Pin with Tron Cab for sale by Dutch Auction. Starting at £750. The price will reduce by £50 per day until sold. I will edit the post daily to show current for sale price.
I’m sick of this taking up space. My circumstances have changed and I will never get to sort it out.
Location is Scarborough or Harrogate. It has been stored in a warm and dry bedroom.


Price was £750....then £700....then
£650....then £600....then £550....then £500..then £450…..now £400 SOLD


U.K. built in May 2014. It's a 40 inch screen, and the cab is 26" wide. ( 4” wider than a standard pin.) The backbox is 28" wide with a 24" screen.Total length is 50 inches. Proper shiny pinball legs, worth £100 alone. No dings or scuffs. Looks great, if you like Tron Motorcycles !! Shiny chrome trim to backbox looks great.

Only two screens, but any DMD, if required, appears on the backglass. Because there is no dmd, the backbox is much lower than a standard pin and together with the cool graphics, does not look out of place in a living room setting. The playfield tv is set directly under perspex and is not as steep as modern pins.

Access to inside from coin door, but mainly from a hatch underneath which swings down to reveal the PC. Remote control to turn on the big screen. Separate switch underneath for the 2.1 sound system 200 watts. The sound is impressive. You can see the bass bin inside at the back. One fan on the PC and two fans fitted to the cabinet for cooling.

LED strips underneath which look great until you start storing all your crap under there! I moved the nudge buttons which are next to the flipper buttons, so there is a hole in the old position. You could easily put some spare buttons in to fill the hole. Feedback to the flipper buttons via solenoids fitted. There is also an accelerometer fitted, so you can choose to physically nudge the pin or use the nudge buttons.

I've got a van, so I can deliver for not much more than petrol money, unless you're too far away. It won’t go on it’s back. It has to be transported on it’s bottom.

Intel i3 2120 cpu@3.3GHz processor speed 3300MHz.
Ram 8gig ddr
motherboard. ASRock H61M-DGS.
Graphics Csrd EVEA GEForce GT630.
Crucial V4 SSD Hard Drive. Not sure of capacity, but big enough for 100's of tables. Currently 130 tables on it which used to play well on VP9.
40inch main tv full hd1080p. 24 inch backbox screen.
This spec will run vp8 and vp9 but not vpx. 130 tables are loaded.

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M4carp

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GLWTS but I had to comment on the foam over the Indy gun, the amount of times I have bumped into those including FT and STTNG I can’t tell you and sometimes it really hurts!
😂👍
 
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thecroquetkid

thecroquetkid

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GLWTS but I had to comment on the foam over the Indy gun, the amount of times I have bumped into those including FT and STTNG I can’t tell you and sometimes it really hurts!
😂👍
That made me chuckle. I nearly lost a bollock on that and had to take action !! I've already had one enquiry about Indy in the picture, readers......I sold it a year or so ago. G.
 
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thecroquetkid

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That's a clever idea with the dropping section so you can access the PC without having to move the screen.
Yes. It is a good idea. These kas-eo pins have taken a bit of stick on this site from time to time.

The proper pinball leg bolts pass through a wood block and are fastened with wing nuts on the other side instead of a metal threaded bracket like on a normal pin. The lock down bar is made of decalled wood also. But I have found it to be very sturdy in a home environment.

This Vpin just needs an updated computer and updated nudge and shooter peripherals to play all the latest software.
Two screens are ideal for playing all the older games. If you are playing a dmd game then that appears as a window on the back glass screen.
 
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