(Topic ID: 255000)

Generic audio from Rotten Dog MPU

By Modlite_Rain

5 months ago

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  • Latest reply 5 months ago by zacaj
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#1 5 months ago

Hello, this is my first post on Pinside and my uncle and I have been collecting pinball machines for the past two years. With that said this is the first RottenDog MPU/Driver board we have purchased and installed. We have a Williams Time Warp that had bad corrosion damage. I was able to clean up the corrosion and re-solder the boards good enough to get the game working. But when we put it away and tried it again recently the corrosion took over again. I decided to get a RottenDog MPU/driver board MPU327-4 and installed it last night. Everything boots up and works great. My question is the sound, it sounds generic and not like the game originally did. Is there something I can do about this. Thank you in advance.

#2 5 months ago

Check your manual for sound settings.
Changing to a new mpu, probably has factory default settings.

#3 5 months ago

check the switch on the sound board, I think it has a setting for 'chimes' or 'sounds'

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