- Volume: set the main system volume (UI and games).
- Music Volume: set the volume of the UI music.
- FX Volume: set the volume of the UI FX sounds.
- Music: enable/disable the UI music.
- Sounds: enable/disable the UI FX sounds.
- Music Titles: enable/disable the popup displaying the music title in the UI.
- Music Album: allows to choose any available music album.
- Mix: when selected, the system generates a shuffle with all the available music albums.
- CUSTOM ALBUMS: if you want to use your own music, you can create any number of folders in the below system path. The albums will be available on the next boot.
- MP3 and OGG are the only supported formats. We recommend converting all your music to OGG, 44 kHz, 128 kbps and mono. Here you have te music from the previous OS.
/home/pi/RGB-Pi/sounds/music/<my music 2>
/home/pi/RGB-Pi/sounds/music/<my music 3>
- Flat: there is not any equalisation applied. It is the recommended option for user connecting their Raspberry Pi to an external Hi-Fi system.
- Vivid: makes the sound much more clear and vivid.
- Cristal: same as vivid but even more crisp.
- Custom: when custom is selected, the wave length values won't be displayed grayed out anymore, allowing you to apply any customisation in the same. You have a presets repository created by users
- SMS FM Sound: enable The Sega Master System FM sound chip for all games supporting the same.