noise toy installation????????

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noise toy installation????????

Post by ramblingman » Saturday 18th Aug 2007, 10:57

hello all,,,,i recently bought two used noise toys..they have no name brand..one is a space wars,other is a war games..they came with no wiring diagrams..they are unlike the ones ive been getting..they are seven wire jobs.wire colors are as follows..red,black,blue,green,yellow,brown,and either pink or orange,on the last wire..thanks for any help

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Post by sonoma » Saturday 18th Aug 2007, 13:21

I have a bunch of toys at my place and they all have 5 wires.the only thing that comes close to what you have on wire colors is a 5 tone roger beep from workman.it has 6 and a addon wire for a switch that would make 7 wires.

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Post by ramblingman » Saturday 18th Aug 2007, 15:51

hi,,,,thanks for the reply,,but no its not a roger beep board..it is regular looking sound modules,they just have seven wires..i suspect that probably two or three of these wires,probably will be n/c,probably like for radios with pre-beep.probably switchin wires for that.but not really sure..ive been doing alittle looking around at different brands..and i believe them to be made by humble electronics..they have a list,and war games,and space wars are among the long list of toys..but they dont give any installation info...ill probably just have to wing it..hook up to my mic tester and go...you can probable guess with a great deal of certaine that the red wire will be 12 volt source..and black will be ground..then the blue will probably be the audio line...and just wing it with the rest huh........thanks for the input,,and have a goood one......

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Post by sonoma » Saturday 18th Aug 2007, 16:41

I searched the web also and could not find anything like you have.just mentioned the workman line as they may have had that one a long time ago.most seem to use the same wire colors on a lot of things they make.
sorry I could not find anything

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sound toy

Post by galaxy » Sunday 19th Aug 2007, 2:24

go to the world radio site .

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Post by ramblingman » Tuesday 21st Aug 2007, 5:25

hi all,,,,i figured it out..as i first thought three of the seven wires was no connect.n/c..hooked it up too my mic tester..and heres the results,in case someone else finds some of these seven wire toys...as figures red wire goes to 13.8 volt source..and black goes to ground..blue goes to the audio..and the pink/orange goes to the tx switch..the other three wires..green,yellow,brown are n/c...thanks for everyones help.....ramblingman

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noise toys eh

Post by warhorse » Tuesday 21st Aug 2007, 16:13

its amazing what one can wire up to a type of cb radio to pass the bordom factor ever tried a 3v childs musical organ or a digital delay effects pedal the1 you plug an electric guitar in too or added extra capacitance to the back of five tone roger beeps you would be amazed of the shock horror to the poor cber.

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