(Topic ID: 230813)

Last Action Hero sound and flashing lights


By Buellxb12r

1 year ago



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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by bicyclenut
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#1 1 year ago

I just picked up this pin, already enjoying it but two things are frustrating me. One being the insane amount of flashing lights in the upper portion of the playfield. Especially during multiball it flashing so fast and bright that it actually makes me sick. Is there anything I can do to change to flashing of the upper playfield? Obviously I could switch out the LED flashing bulbs that came in it for standard bulbs which may help, but I do like how much they brighten the upper playfield when they are solid white.

Two, the sound is pretty bad but certainly not unbearable. I'm new to the sound modding, but I've researched a bit. What can I do to get new sound mods for this pin?

Thanks for the help!

#2 1 year ago
Quoted from Buellxb12r:

Two, the sound is pretty bad but certainly not unbearable. I'm new to the sound modding, but I've researched a bit. What can I do to get new sound mods for this pin?
Thanks for the help!

Pinsound is the best upgrade for this game. With a custom mix, the sound is better than new games. Check out the infor on the Last Action Hero owners thread. If you decide to spent the money on a Pinsound card, look at thecapn sound mix. As for the lights.... I haven't found a better soulution other than going back to regular bulbs.

#3 1 year ago
Quoted from bicyclenut:

Pinsound is the best upgrade for this game. With a custom mix, the sound is better than new games. Check out the infor on the Last Action Hero owners thread. If you decide to spent the money on a Pinsound card, look at thecapn sound mix. As for the lights.... I haven't found a better soulution other than going back to regular bulbs.

Appreciate the information, I will look into purchasing the pinsound card. I feel like it would make a big difference. I'm surprised there's no easy way to make the upper playfield white lights remain solid white. I legitimately have to look away during certain game sequences when the flashing goes crazy. I would think I'm not the only one with this type of issue.

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from Buellxb12r:

I legitimately have to look away during certain game sequences when the flashing goes crazy. I would think I'm not the only one with this type of issue.

You arnt the only one, in fact i asked this same question months ago in the LAH owners thread. I feel the same way about certain parts of game play. I find the flashers I put in the topper is what does it the most to me. I have yet to put the reg bulbs back in. I did add spot lights to the middle of the playfield on top of the slings. I fell that kinda evens out the light a little.

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