This Vector Labs Nintendo DK 4 game switcher allows you to play other Vertical Nintendo classics in your Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr or Donkey Kong 3 cabinets!
This switcher is solid state and allows for quiet, reliable switching between your pcbs. You are able to connect up to 4 of the adapters on this switcher (or 2 or 3) that are listed below.
Adapters that can be used on this switcher -
- DK ADAPTER
- D2K ADAPTER
- DK3 ADAPTER
- POPEYE ADAPTER
- MARIO BROTHERS ADAPTER
- JAMMA ADAPTER
- VS UNISYSTEM ADAPTER
- PUNCHOUT ADAPTER
- PIN TO CARD EDGE ADAPTER
Instructions can be downloaded HERE
- Great product Review by Darryl
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I have been running a Vector Labs switcher for about 5 years now. This is a solid built product. As an early adopter, I had some issues. I am so glad to see this on HighScoreSaves.com, because Joe is all about customer support. Make sure to upgrade to a good-quality, switching power supply. If your DK boards do not use edge connectors (using individual board plugs), make sure to also order an adapter!
I am running:
1. Donkey Kong US, with DK2/High Score mod
2. Donkey Kong Japan with DK Remix/Derranged/Pace/Trainer
3. Donkey Kong Jr with DK Jr Remix.
I had issues stacking DK2 and Remix. It was actually a blessing in disguise, because I was able to replace the on-board ROMs with the Japanese set 1 on my Remix set. It doesn't affect Remix, Trainer, or Pace. When I select plain Donkey Kong, I am able to play the Japanese version, where the boards go 1, 2, 3, 4 order. It's easier, and it's great for guests who are intimidated by the difficulty of the US version. Great Product!
- Very easy to purchase now Review by Charles in GA
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Took some time to install but happy that this is now available to play all our donkey Kong games in 1 cabinet. Remember to order the adapters!
- A Bit Spendy, But Well Worth It Review by Jon
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Are you making a multi-Donkey Kong cabinet? Look no further than the Vector Labs Multi-Nintendo kit. It works flawlessly. The kit is very simple to setup and VL goes beyond the call of duty with such kickass features as separate volume adjustments in case your boards output different volumes... plus the ability to add a switching power supply very easily. This is just one component of the "kit"... you need this main switcher board + an adapter for each game. Unfortunately the price does add up (I have PCB's running myself)... but there is no better way to add multiple games to your Nintendo cabinet... period.