How the FAST Modern Platform handles sounds & audio¶
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Sounds and audio in a modern pinball machine are driven by the host computer. (The computer which runs your game software.) You essentially plug the headphone output of your computer into an amp which is connected to the speakers in your machine.
FAST Pinball makes an audio interface board which contains three amps (for the speaker panel, subwoofer, and headphone outputs) which is designed for use in a pinball machine and is completely controlled by software.
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