Started by Hamburglar, February 29, 2012, 10:18:17 pm
Quote from: Hamburglar on March 01, 2012, 08:46:04 pmWhere does the kit take the audio from? Do you have a recording of the same song?
Quote from: Hamburglar on March 01, 2012, 11:51:09 pmThat makes sense, that's the only way I thought it could fix the low volume issue, it's bypassing the AV Famicom audio path. So this kit outputs simulated stereo right? What I am trying to achieve is keep the audio mono and normalize the audio. I was thinking about bypassing the internal audio circuit as well, might not be much of a problem considering that one does not have to deal with mixing the microphone input and the output to RF. Post Merge: March 02, 2012, 12:03:40 amAlso, the simulated stereo sounds pretty neat, I wish there was a way to switch between normal audio and the enhanced audio, don't want to attach switches to my AV Famicom, the original Famicom has the TV/Game switch which would be ideal, but I like using my AV Famicom more...
Quote from: Drakon on March 01, 2012, 08:57:31 pmThe kit takes audio directly from the two cpu pins. The kit also requires you to cut the traces to pins 45 and 46 of the cartridge connector (system audio in / mixed audio out pins) and then you wire those pins into the kit as well. It's a great kit I've never found an audio circuit that sounds better and it mixes in the audio from famicom carts with audio chips PERFECTLY. The only weakness of this kit is that it filters out some of the popping drums in tmnt 2 the arcade game and kirbys adventure. Luckily no other games are effected so I just installed a switch to switch between the kit audio and default system audio for those two games.
Quote from: Hamburglar on March 02, 2012, 02:24:32 pmI'd be interested in nice clear shots of the PCB and components, I'm curious to see what they used.