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In response to MorningZ's article, is there any
type of known range for each of the 6 terminals?
For example, is 1 the lowest and 6 is the highest...
or is it just totally random? I didn't want to cut a
high-pitched sound, leaving a lower sound that's not
as easy to hear.
 

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hmmm,
lol I don't have it installed yet, so I'm
a little confused.

From what you said, is #1 just "bewwwwwwwooooooop",
and #6 is "bewwwwwwwooooooop bewwwwwwwooooooop bewwwwwwwooooooop"...

or is #1 a high "bewwwwwwwooooooop",
while #6 is a low "bewwwwwwwooooooop"?

In other words, is it in order by the length of sound,
or by the pitch of the sound.

bewwwwwwwooooooop
 

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WTF?!? LOL!!


nah man, it's they typical siren on almost every alarm (viper, clifford, sidewinder, etc.) it's got 6 different sounds... not pitches or high/low. Like a whistle, and than something that sounds like a laser, and crap like that. Cutting wires deletes a sound.

For example, typical alarm plays 6 sounds, and repeats. If you cut wire 5 (deletes 5th sound) than they would play 1,2,3,4,6 and then repeat. you get a distinctive alarm plus if you wanted to piss someone off you could use the 2 or 3 annoying ass ones.

Lastly (although I think this differs from alarm to alarm, not sure...) there is wires that control a) how loud it is (cut it and its a few dB louder) and b) wires that control how long siren sounds (30, 60, 120, 180 seconds)

Good luck. If you need more info go to a place that installs these things MECP (or whatever) certified and they can tell you. Good luck!
 

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Not bad NeosilverTeg, I understood the virtual typed sound quit perfectly! hahahah

Now the question is... how do you put in your own sound or change it?
 

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lol, this post became way more funny than expected.

I think someone should make an article detailing the
different sounds from each tone, and then make wav
sounds of each combo
 

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once you hear it go off you'll know which one the bewwwwwwwwwooooooop bewwwwwwwwwooooooop bewwwwwwwwwooooooop sound is
 

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mavliu on Aug/02/02 said:
Not bad NeosilverTeg, I understood the virtual typed sound quit perfectly! hahahah

Now the question is... how do you put in your own sound or change it?
you cannot put your own, nor change it.. you can only delete
 

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so by deleting a sound or two, you're not really changing
the "sound" of the alarm, just which sounds it will make?

so, (w/a little help from NeoSilver), if you delete the
"ehh ehhh ehh" sound, it will just go from
"whhoor whhoor whhoor" to "hee haw hee haw"
 

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the best thing to make your siren sound unique is to get two sirens.. take half the sounds away from one, and the other half away from the other.. very unique sound
 

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MorningZ on Aug/04/02 said:
the best thing to make your siren sound unique is to get two sirens.. take half the sounds away from one, and the other half away from the other.. very unique sound
never heard of 2 sirens... how do you mean? how would that work (connecting the 2)? Like in unison or would the second siren sound as the first ended and then loop??
 

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Hmmm, I think I found the answer to my question.
I found the following diagram that lines up each
tone to a specific trace (#).

WARNING: 2 things I'm not sure about:

1. one person said if you cut the trace for the
standard tone, then you will disable the arm/disarm
chirps. Another person said if it's a DEI siren, that you
can cut any of the traces without deleting the
arm/disarm chirps. So I don't know.

2. Also heard for the DEI brand sirens, that the trace
numbers are reverse (so standard is #6). Again, I'm not
sure which is correct.

 

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cpgoose on Aug/20/02 said:
Hmmm, I think I found the answer to my question.
I found the following diagram that lines up each
tone to a specific trace (#).

WARNING: 2 things I'm not sure about:

1. one person said if you cut the trace for the
standard tone, then you will disable the arm/disarm
chirps. Another person said if it's a DEI siren, that you
can cut any of the traces without deleting the
arm/disarm chirps. So I don't know.

2. Also heard for the DEI brand sirens, that the trace
numbers are reverse (so standard is #6). Again, I'm not
sure which is correct.

Can anyone confirm if the 1st and 2nd warnings on the quoted post is true?
 
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