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« on: November 22, 2008, 11:18:51 AM »

Hi all,

My On30- Bachmann railbus can bee seen on Youtube. With sound!  After some 'problems'
(see the threads on this board) it is all right now.

This is the link:

It has a Zimo 64R (motor) decoder and  a Uhlenbrock sounddecoder both attached/connected through a so called Susi plug. Mr Dietz on invented 'susi'.

My settings:
F0: Headlights
F1: Markerlights
F2: Motorsound
F3 is the whistle.

I use the Lenz LH100 digital system ('cab' in American English)

The sound I loaded in is from an historic (austrian) railbus:  TCA of the  SKLGB.

Here is a picture of that railbus:

It is an old fashioned ('raw' diesel) sound that I liked very much to go along with the bus.
The German electronic manufacturer  Uhlenbrock ( has a downloadable sound library on its website to choose from (special soundadapter and decoder needed though).

On the Uhlenbrock website (to bad it is only in German) look under:

Probehören and you are in the library (hören means listen).

Write to them for availability of their system in your country.  (Luckily sound speaks a universal language)
I have attached the speaker (with enclosure!) to the inside roof of the bus. 

I hope you enjoy it as much as I and may be it helps you to get along with your (beautiful) bus.

On30 greetings to all of you.

Enjoy 'our' hobby!

Thanks Mr. Bachmann for all your efforts to get 'our' 0n30 trains on the tracks and running.

John Baron
The Netherlands.
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