Super Don Quix-ote - Owners Manual (27 pages)
Super Don Quix-ote - Schematics (6 pages)
Super Don Quix-ote - DIP Switch Settings

Super Don Quix-ote - ROM Images (Longer Scenes)
Super Don Quix-ote - ROM Images (Shorter Scenes)
Super Don Quix-ote - ROM Images (Shorter Scenes, Alternate)

Super Don Quix-ote Virtual Library - Images and information of the major components

 

 

Compatible Laserdisc Players - Pioneer LD-V1000

Pioneer LD-V1000 - Operating Instructions (7 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Interface Guide (24 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Service Manual (81 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Schematics (27 pages)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Cleaning the Optics (1 page)
Pioneer LD-V1000 - Changing the Laser Tube (3 pages)

Standard LD-V1000 firmware required - The LD-V1000 players that were used in the game Badlands contain firmware that was modified by Konami.  The EPROM in these players must be restored to Pioneer's original firmware to work in Super Don Quix-ote.
Download the standard Pioneer LD-V1000 EPROM image.

Conversion Cards - Various products have been developed over the years to allow replacement/upgrade of the laserdisc player.

Dexter is the newest product.  Unlike the other products below which convert to a newer laserdisc player model, no player or disc is needed with Dexter.  The Dexter board is a drop-in replacement which poses as a laserdisc player and plays the video for the game digitally, from a custom file format.  Dexter accepts the original commands from the PCB through the original interface cable.  Dexter has been going in and out of production multiple times, per demand, via pre-order process only.

LaserCon is a laserdisc player conversion card that allows the game to use newer supported Pioneer players.  LaserCon is no longer in production.

The LaserAce conversion card allows the game to use a variety of different Pioneer and Sony laserdisc players.  LaserAce is no longer in production.

 

 

Game Conversion Info - Super Don Quix-ote was released in a dedicated cabinet and as a conversion kit.  Because it uses a Pioneer LD-V1000, most of the kits went into Dragon's Lair games.  Pictures of various Super Don Quix-ote cabinets can be seen in the Cabinets section of this site.

LD-V1000 Boot Switch - A simple inexpensive way to build a switch that issues a play command to the LD-V1000 or LD-V1001.  See the LD-V1000 Boot Switch page.

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Universal
(USA, 1984)

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