Decided to pimp the PONY II with a bit of 15 KHz 240p processing and multiconsolise it at the same time. Its in the same vain as the OKBaby, but this time round I decided to give the uVC (universal video converter from HAPPS) a go and boy I am glad I did. Not only is it 8 times smaller than the emotia, but it can handle 24 KHz processing as well. Only drawback is that it is not at all output friendly, not only you need to solder it to a fingerboard before you can use it on the cabinet but by doing that you need to solder controls and sound as well to the same fingerboard or boards if you chain the boards with jamma adapter(s). So I decided to go with Viletims' solution again and rig the uVC to a scart connector. I asked Tim of Viletim whether his adapter will accept the uVC's signal and to be honest, he can not be sure, but I took a punt and it paid off. Currently the uVC can only run on the arcade screen, I attempt to run it on my sony PVM with no success. The viletim adapter has to be cranked up to 40% before I saw a picture.
So on with the pictures:
Will upload a video of it in action soonish..