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Loksound Select Micro decoder installe inAC-9 project
« on: October 31, 2014, 02:07:37 PM »

I have posted a video of my completed project prior to today and it revealed some cosmetic problems such as the boiler looking like a low rider. I have not as yet corrected that but will do so as soon as I get some honeydues finished.

The video did have sound but I have had some guys ask about what I think of the Loksound, so I am re-posting 3 minutes of the video to help them draw their own conclusions. I think it is fantastic and the sounds are as well. When the original vid was made I stated that I had not tweaked any cv's, it was "out of the box" settings. I have since been able to get the chuffs synced and some of  the sounds turned down somewhat so they are not quite as over powering as they were. Unfortunately I do not have a layout available, at this time, to make a new version of my vid.

I want to give a big thank you to John Colombo for his assistance with pretty much all of my steam applications that include a GS-4 and AC-12. I am most likely going to remove the Tsunamis that are in those two in favor of  Loksounds. Thank you John.

Please, I apologize for the jerking action in a couple of places as I was operating a digital camera, on tripod, with one hand and a DT-400 in the other and most likely a soda can in there somewhere. Sure happy it wasn't a beer can as I wasted quite a bit of the soda.

Thanks for looking.


Carl Sowell
El Paso, Texas
Southern New Mexico N Scalers, Las Cruces, New Mexico


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Re: Loksound Select Micro decoder installe inAC-9 project
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2017, 07:16:36 PM »
I am looking to purchase one, AC-9 casting.  Can you steer me in the right direction.  Tks R/Mark