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wiki:tcb:tcbinstall:sound_benedini_micro [2019/09/11 04:22]
opadmin [Engine Sounds]
wiki:tcb:tcbinstall:sound_benedini_micro [2019/12/14 14:57] (current)
opadmin [Flash - Parameter Tab]
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  <​li><​b>​Prop 2:</​b>​ Set Prop 2 Input Mode to <​b>​RC</​b>​ and Prop 2 Type to <​b>​2nd Function 1/​2</​b>​.</​li>​  <​li><​b>​Prop 2:</​b>​ Set Prop 2 Input Mode to <​b>​RC</​b>​ and Prop 2 Type to <​b>​2nd Function 1/​2</​b>​.</​li>​
  <​li><​b>​2nd Coder Functions:</​b>​ In position 1 select the sound number from the Sounds tab that matches your cannon sound. In position 2 assign your machine gun sound.</​li>​  <​li><​b>​2nd Coder Functions:</​b>​ In position 1 select the sound number from the Sounds tab that matches your cannon sound. In position 2 assign your machine gun sound.</​li>​
- <​li><​b>​Engine Start Mode:</​b>​ Set to <​b>​Autostart</​b>​.</​li>​+ <​li><​b>​Engine Start Mode:</​b>​ Set to <​b>​Autostart</​b>​. When you start the engine on your TCB (using a function trigger defined in OP Config), the Micro will be given a signal to start playing engine sounds. There is however no way to tell the Micro to turn the engine off - instead, the Micro will automatically turn the engine off after 20 seconds of inactivity. </li>
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-===== Engine Sounds ===== 
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-When you start the engine on your TCB, the Micro will be given a signal to start playing engine sounds. There is however no way to tell the Micro to turn the engine off - instead, the Micro will automatically turn the engine off after 20 seconds of inactivity. ​ 
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-Due to the way the engine is started on the Micro, if you assign the individual "​Engine - Turn On" and "​Engine - Turn Off" functions on the TCB to a 2-position switch on your transmitter,​ the Micro will begin playing the engine sounds when you turn on the device, even if the switch on your transmitter is on the Off position. In order to avoid this, use the "​Engine - Toggle On/​Off"​ function instead of the individual on and off functions, and assign that to a 2-position switch. One position will toggle the engine, the other position will do nothing. Keep the switch in the nothing position when you start the TCB and it will then remain synchronized with the Micro. [[http://​openpanzer.org/​forum/​index.php?​topic=73.msg766#​msg766|Read this post for a discussion]]. ​ 
  
 ===== Other Sounds ===== ===== Other Sounds =====
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