The Arcade1Up is a.75 small arcade toy, you see at big box retailers such as Walmart, BestBuy, Target, Kohls, etc. They are very economically priced, but also made of cheap materials in order to do so. They come in different game variations as far as artwork and typically have 2 to 3 games loaded on each.Are there any challenges with the Arcade1Up deck?
The challenges with the current Arcade1up decks is the are very specific to the single game in which the cabinet you bought was created. They did not take into account navigation buttons (to pick from 1000s of games) or select/coin buttons. Why does this matter?Is there an audio jack in the Arcade1Up?
The led panel in the Arcade1Up cabinet does not have built in audio. You can use the speakers, but will need a small amp. We have them in our store made perfect for arcades. You will simply run from the 3.5mm audio jack (like a headphone plug) from the raspberry pi into the amp.What kind of monitor does an Arcade 1Up use?
The monitor that comes with it is not a standard computer monitor that has connections like hdmi, VGA, or DVI. It is just an lcd panel. In your Arcade1Up cabinet, gain access to the back of the monitor. You will see a box with a couple screws.