How to wire your audio interface and speakers in a FAST Neuron-controlled pinball machine¶
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This section of the documentation is not yet complete and will be coming soon. However, if you need this now, and/or you want to share what documentation is most important to you, please email Brian. Thanks!
Since we are just now in the process of creating the wiring guides for the recently-released FAST Neuron Controller, this guide is not yet complete.
But here's our brain-dump / notes of what will be included in this document, as well as some high level thoughts about it.
- How the audio interface works
- Why is there an RPi plug?
- Speaker wiring
- LCD panel (link to that guide)
- Headphone jack
- Addressing hum and buzz
- Volume levels from your host PC
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