AUDIO VOLUME ON STREET FIGHTER

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Hi people.

Thanks to anyone who helped answer my question about 4-6 button conversions,
sorted that prob out, second question, i was not getting any audio from my
Street Fighter II' Champion Edition Cabinet.

It has a speaker working and wired up, but had no sound. I took the PCB out
and discovered a small wire had been soldered onto the board from the jamma
pin 10 to a distance about 1" away, onto the underside of what to me
(bearing in mind i know very little about electronics) looked like a
resistor.

I was curious and cut this wire as it was obviously not factory fitted. The
sound now works, but is hardly audible. Is there a way of increasing the
volume? and what was the reason for this wire being soldered on in the first
place?

Thanks a lot

Kris
 
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Normally, there is a small little white knob with a phillips
indentation that you can turn to adjust volume. It's hard to find
unless you know exactly what it looks like but that should work. It
might not considering it's been altered but you can give it a shot
anyway.

Good luck!


Kris Baker wrote:
> Hi people.
>
> Thanks to anyone who helped answer my question about 4-6 button
conversions,
> sorted that prob out, second question, i was not getting any audio
from my
> Street Fighter II' Champion Edition Cabinet.
>
> It has a speaker working and wired up, but had no sound. I took the
PCB out
> and discovered a small wire had been soldered onto the board from the
jamma
> pin 10 to a distance about 1" away, onto the underside of what to me
> (bearing in mind i know very little about electronics) looked like a
> resistor.
>
> I was curious and cut this wire as it was obviously not factory
fitted. The
> sound now works, but is hardly audible. Is there a way of increasing
the
> volume? and what was the reason for this wire being soldered on in
the first
> place?
>
> Thanks a lot
>
> Kris