|CPU||Depends on JAMMA PCB connected|
|Graphics||Depends on JAMMA PCB connected|
|Memory||Depends on JAMMA PCB connected|
|Added to Museum||August 18, 2017|
During the early years of the arcade industry, most manufacturers used their own, unique, connections to connect components such as video, sound, controls, and power supplies, to the printed circuit boards (PCBs) of various arcade games.
In 1985, the Japan Amusement Machinery Manufacturers Association unveiled the JAMMA connection standard which aimed to set up a standard that let an arcade owner easily change a game into an arcade cabinet without having to manually rewire everything for each PCB.
Creation of SuperGuns
After the standardized JAMMA connections, SuperGuns were created to allow JAMMA PCBs to connect to television sets for maintenance or simply for play.