The cabinet was originally a Solo 4th mix machine. It is now running DDR Solo 4th Mix Plus. It plays flawlessly, I don't know of any issues with the sound or lights. I modified the pad a bit to make it feel a bit more like a 2p machine by putting wood planks underneath the arrows instead of the pieces of rubber that are original to the machine (although I believe the rubber is still there if you want to take the wood out). If you've never played a on a solo machine, don't expect the pads to be as responsive as a 2p machine.You could probably get them close to 2p machine quality with some tinkering, but it's hard to get perfect scores. The cabinet is in overall good shape, though it has a couple of dings on the sides which you can see in the pictures.
The plexi glass has a name carved in it, but you can't see it during gameplay, only when the monitor is turned off. The internal RTC ram needs to be replaced (this is the thing that saves unlocked songs and high scores). These machines rarely come up for sale; if you've been looking for a solo machine, shoot me an offer!
The total weight is 372.6 lbs. If you have any questions just let me know. The item "Dance Dance Revolution Solo 4th Mix Plus Working Coin-op Arcade Machine" is in sale since Tuesday, January 26, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Arcade Gaming\Replacement Parts".The seller is "jordobigglesworth" and is located in Fresno, California. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.