Hi, I'm a new member in this chipmusic forum, but I've been reading the forums since a couple of years
I prosounded my DMG01 and installed a backlight around 3 years ago and I'm rather happy with the result. But since the 8bit community is kind of small, and I have no one else to discuss this stuff with so I thought I'd go ahead to ask here to get it confirmed.
• Firstly, when I connect a minijack into the prosound output of my Game Boy and plug it into my mixer, the internal speaker of the Game Boy still plays. Does this have any drawbacks in terms of audio quality etc. ?
• Secondly, the ProSound output is really good, but the left channel has this tiny tiny hiss noise that's coming through.. Which becomes more prominent when applying effects such as reverb in post production. Is there something I could do to 'tidy up' the prosound mod to make the output signal cleaner ?
• Thirdly, I bought my backlight kit from NonElectronics and it's the V5 of his standard backlight. I tried to e-mail him several times two years ago and ask about the proper solder points to use because I just picked two points from a video tutorial I saw on youtube that was for an earlier version of the backlight so I'm not sure if it's the optimal ones.. I'm wondering because the intensity of the backlight decreases slightly when I push play in LSDJ. Is this the case for you other chipmusicians as well ?
(The two points I used are the ones just below the screen, on the same board as the screen.
Oh and by the way, the solder points for the Pro-Sound mod haven't changed right? I mean there hasn't been anybody else that have discovered a better way to solder the mod ?
- If No, Good, my DMG01 is soldered 'post' potentiometer as seen in this photo:
Have a great sunday.
Last edited by CarrieStronggrog (February 5, 2017 4:23 pm)