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1  Discussion Boards / Large / G-scale sound from Bachmann on: January 31, 2013, 07:27:34 AM
Hello Bachmann,
I like the Bachmann Trains in G-scale and in 0n30 and play with it both scales. In the summer outdoors in G-scale, in the winter (snow here in Germany) indoors with 0n30. Both Bachmann scales are nice and give me a lot of fun. But there is one difference that I canīt understand:

The Bachmann company equiped the 0n30 locomotives with a wonderfull Tsunami sound unit for analog and digital working. I, for example, work only analog. The G-scale locomotives (big haulers) are equiped with an old analog sound from 1990. The G-scale locomotives (4-6-0, 2-4-2, 0-2-0) have nearly the same prices like the 0n30 locomotives. Question: Why doesnīt Bachmann use the same Tsunami sound in the G-Scale locomotives (Big haulers) like in the 0n30 locomotives? The Tsunami sound from 0n30 is loud enough for using in both scales. Does the G-scale product manager never speak with the 0n30 product manager in the company? The 0n30 Tsunami sound should be the standard sound for all Bachmann scales! This would be a simple work but a real upgrading for all Bachmann locomotives. If Bachmann would use for all its locomotives this Tsunami sound, the price for the sound unit would be lower. The advantage of this unit is not only the powerfull an wonderfull sound, but the possibility to use it in analog and digital train working.

Best regard, Alexander Schwaab, Germany. (Please excuse my school english)
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