Slot machine sounds

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Slot machine sounds

Post by myp71 » Tue Sep 16, 2003 5:09 pm

Is there a place that will sell old slot machine chimes or sound generator etc to me?
I love the sound of them when you walk through a casino i would like to have a couple of these sounds.
Do these have a sound generator to make all the sounds you hear?<p>thanks
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Re: Slot machine sounds

Post by Michael Kaudze » Wed Sep 17, 2003 2:00 pm

Wouldnt you rather have the whole slot machine? You would have to locate a Slot machine dealer and ask if he has any non-function slots for sell, its possible they might have some for parts only. try this place first :<p>http://www.melright.com/cgi-bin/webring ... ngid=slots<p>Happy Hunting! :)
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Re: Slot machine sounds

Post by dacflyer » Sat Sep 20, 2003 3:47 am

most machines have integrated sounds embeded on a chip...or now days program files...
and they are fired off vic demand commands...they do not work randomally,,closest thing i ever delt with was the sound board from old pinball machines or early video games...if you feel up to it,, maybe you can contact a video game dealer in your area...or you might find sounds and down load them,,,but then you still would need some way to have them randomally play.... good luck

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