The LaserCon "Original" LDP Converter is an adaptor card for the replacement of your broken laserdisc player, to a newer, faster, more reliable one.
It's a common problem. The Laserdisc players used in arcade machines ran day after day for years. The moving parts simply wore out. Now when you try to play your favorite game, you find that the video skips, stutters, or just doesn't play at all. That 25 year old laserdisc player has finally given up!
So, you go looking for a replacement on the internet and can't find one.
That's where LaserCon comes in. The LDP Converter receives your old player's command codes, and translates them to the new serial commands used by modern Pioneer laserdisc players. The result is a much better game experience. The pauses between game scenes and death sequences are greatly reduced, providing a more fluid game play.
Supported Games: Astron Belt, Thayer's Quest, Super Don Quix-ote, Cliff Hanger, Cobra Command, Interstellar, M.A.C.H.3, Esh's Aurunmillia, Galaxy Ranger, Casino Strip, Goal to Go, Us vs Them, *Dragonís Lair, *Space Ace
*For Dragon's Lair and Space Ace, I recommend the LaserCon Merlin Board.
Kit includes: LaserCon LDP Converter, All required interface cables, and instructions.
The LaserCon Original Board is now discontinued.
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LaserCon LDP Converter uses:
Replaces the Pioneer PR-7820 laserdisc player used in Dragon's Lair / Space Ace / Thayer's Quest.
Replaces the Pioneer LD-V1000 laserdisc player used in Dragon's Lair / Space Ace / Thayer's Quest / Super Don Quix-ote / Esh's Aurunmillia / Interstellar and others.
Replaces the Pioneer PR-8210 laserdisc player used in Cliff Hanger / Cobra Command / Goal to Go / MACH3 / Us Vs Them.
Replaces the Philips 22VP932 laserdisc player used in the European versions of Dragon's Lair and Space Ace.
Allows the use of the newer 1991 version of the Space Ace laserdisc in the older 1983 game machine.
Allows the use of the U.S. NTSC 1983 version of the Space Ace laserdisc in the European game machine.
Allows the use of the U.S. NTSC 1991 version of the Space Ace laserdisc in the European game machine.
Provides on-screen display for the LaserCon MultiROM/Merlin-1000 board.
Click the Supported game name above for individual support documents.
The latest firmware for LaserCon is...
Version 7.2 (Provides proper OSD for Merlin-1000)
Get an updated EPROM Here
LaserCon Dip Switch Settings
LaserCon Firmware V7.10
LaserCon Firmware V7.20 for use with Merlin-1000
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