Run the speaker system for the cabinet to the audio jack.
That's the best way, and it's pure sound from the card.
HDMI sound is good, but really for a console style setup.
I have 3 MAME and 2 dedicated Arcade cabinets. All but one is set up this way. The one cabinet is all original, so I didn't mess with the set up. The rest all use 2.1 sound systems plugged into the audio jack of whatever I have running the cabinet.
Your bios is all wrong for neocd, you should have a neocd.zip and a neocdz.zip and they should not be in a separate folder. I'll have to check later but they should be in your BIOS directory.
No, as i said, you are trying to launch games for 1 system (neogeo pocket games) with an emulator for another system (lr-neocd, which emulates neogeo cd) while using the bios for a third system (neogeo mvs/aes). You need to decide on 1 system.
If it's for your father, you can never go wrong with neogeo aes/mvs, which was the dream console for anyone from my generation. Neogeo cd was the "cheap" version of that console, and while emulation cancel its main drawback (loading time), the graphics are still inferior to the mvs/aes and the games use more storage, so i don't recommend it. Neogeo pocket was a handheld, and a niche one.
Documentation about neogeo emulation is there : https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Neo-Geo/ . You'll have to read all of it and the linked documentation specific to the emulator you'll chose, otherwise i think you can give up on neogeo emulation.
Hi I'm also having trouble playing this 4K HVEC video on my RPi-4B-8GB.
I'm overclocking and increasing gpu_mem. Here is my config.txt.
unless it is HDR, that is not fully supported yet.
The video format is HDR10, so maybe that's the main problem. Although, I've experience flickering when moving around Kodi's menu and also with the Megadrive emulator (but maybe that's an unrrelated problem).
Btw, I also have an LG Tv and just set the HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color option and add hdmi_enable_4kp60=1 in my config.txt
This isn't so much of a please help post, but a "There's a problem, here's how I fixed got around it" post.
I purchased 2x bluetooth SF30 Pro controllers and the new RetroFlag NES case for the Pi 4. When the controllers arrived, I spent hours trying to get them to pair but one outright refused to connect after pairing, and the other wouldn't pair in a mode that allowed all the buttons to be used (triggers didn't work).
After 3 re-imaging and installations, I realized THEY WORK ON THE 4.6 IMAGE just fine, connects immediately and behaves as you'd dream. If you update, that's when the problems occur. I was able to install extra themes/emulator packages/retroflag scripts without disturbing the connections. Hope this helps people going through this!
Edit: On the clean 4.6 image, I had the controllers in [Start+B] mode, I'd recommend re-flashing the firmware if you've been troubleshooting.
Received my SF30 Pro for my RetroPie 4.7.1 and have been having bluetooth connectivity issues. Did what RevolutionFlat did by reverting back to flashing my SD card with ver 4.6 and SF30 Pro finally connected... HALLELUJAH!!! Thanks for the version revert advice!!!
Already try before the combination select + x but its not working, nothing happen, rgui not come out.
After try few combination, found hot key button + x working now can enter rgui. Maybe because I enable hot key button on my remote.
Thanks @grant2258 and others help me solve the problem.