MyLocoSound Large Scale Sound Module
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A low cost sound module for the larger scale railways: O Gauge, SM32, Gauge 1 & 3 and G Scale. Highly adjustable to suit a wide variety of UK, European and USA locomotives.
To achieve great realism, MyLocoSound Universal uses a blend of recorded sounds from actual locos with the adjustability of synthesised sound. A handheld remote control is used to make all adjustments and to configure the sound module from outside the locomotive. This remote control is available separatley as only one is needed to work with any number of MyLocoSound modules.
There are 3 versions of the sound module for steam, diesel and electric locos (sound samples coming soon).
For steam, a load sensitive chuff is provided which chuffs hard when accelerating, softens when coasting and changes to an overrun sound when slowing down. This chuff can be triggered by the locomotive, if a chuff trigger is fitted, or can be synchronised to the motor so that the chuff timing is correct for the number of cylinders and the speed. Diesel soundcards offer both electric and mechanical transmissions with the engine sound also being load sensitive.
Dimensions: 55mm x 32mm x 12mm.
Whilst ideal for use with a Deltang receiver (e.g.
Rx6), the MyLocoSound Large Scale Sound Module also works well with simple track powered model railways. On these, the sounds can be triggered in three ways: the steam whistle and diesel/electric horn can be set to sound automatically when the loco moves off and at timed intervals when running; trackside magnets and loco mounted reed switches can be used to trigger any of the sounds at selected positions on the railway; the remote control can be used to trigger any of the sounds, but only from short distances
Full setup and usage information can be found in the
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IR Remote for sound module setup and volume control: