|Manufacturer(s)|| Sega (TTL)
|Amount of channels||2 (stereo)|
|Amount of voices||16|
|VGM support||since 1.51|
The SegaPCM (also known as the 315-5218) is a PCM sound chip created by Sega. It was used in the "Super Scaler" games of the 80s and early 90s, including Hang-On, Space Harrier, OutRun and After Burner.
The SegaPCM as used in the Sega Space Harrier hardware was implemented almost completely with 7400 series TTL logic, for all successive platforms this was compressed into a single ASIC, which eliminated the need for a separate sound board.
The SegaPCM has 16 voices capable of 8-bit PCM sample playback. Left and right channel volumes can be set independently.
List of systems using this chip: