In the box32MB combined decoder providing traction control with authentic British sound by South West Digital.Speaker.English manual and data sheet.
This product is available to order.6-pin and 8-pin decoders can also be supplied with these sounds installed.
This Hornby Railways R8106 Sound decoder decoder is pre-loaded with the sounds for Gresley A3 class pacific locomotives such as the Flying Scotsman.
Hornby Railways R8107 TTS Sound Decoder for Gresleys' Streamlined A4 Class 4-6-2 Pacific LocomotivesHornby will be releasing the TTS sound decoders separately, expected summer 2017, so that non-sound locos can be equipped with the TTS decoders supplied with Hornbys' sound fitted locomotives.This decoder is pre-loaded with the sounds for the streamlined class A4 pacific locomotives such as the Mallard.
This Hornby R8108 TTS Sound decoder is pre-loaded with the sounds for the Peppercorn class A1 4-6-2 Pacific locomotives such as the Tornado.
Hornby TTS DCC sound decoder with sounds for the BR class 47 diesel locomotives.The class 47s were British Rails 'second generation' diesel locomotives, with over 500 being built to become the standard type 4, able to haul express passenger, fast Freightliner and heavy coal and iron ore trains. The class worked to almost all corners of the BR network.
4 function outputs, max 250mA2 logic outputs to connect further control boards.All motor and function outputs are overload protected.LokSound decoder measures 31 x 15 x 5.5mm.
Hornby TTS DCC sound decoder with sounds for the BR class 31 diesel locomotives.After being fitted with the English Electric 12SVT engine, similar to the class 37 power unit, the class 31s handled many secondary passenger and general merchandise goods services from the end of steam until the 1980s. A small number remain active today, most recently operating with the Network Rail infrastructure inspection trains.
Hornby Railways TTS DCC sound decdoer with sounds for a BR class 37 diesel locomotive.The class 37s are generally recognised as the most successful type purchased by British Railways, proving capable of hauling express passenger trains and heavy coal and iron ore trains without incurring excessive maintenance demands. The 37s have a low axle loading, allowing them to traverse some lines which prohibit the use of the newer and heavier diesels, resulting a number still being used by Colas Rail on engineering and infrastructure inspection trains.
This decoder is pre-loaded with the sounds for the GWR King class locomotive that was probably the most powerful 4-6-0 to run on UK railways, having four cylinders and 6' 6'' driving wheels. Using slightly smaller than the 6' 8 1/2" wheels that were pretty standard on express engines towards the end of steam, resulted in more power to deal with heavy loads.
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