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>> Home > Forum > Any Other Questions! > sounds
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(Petty Officer)

Forum Posts: 4
31st Oct 2017 18:02  
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Severn class lifeboat engine sounds

Liverpool MBC Committee Member
Chairman The Model Boat Convention
Chairman Merseyside Model Boat Association
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 10
1st Nov 2017 17:33  
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I’ve fitted the mtroniks sound board and speaker in my Solent class with twin Napier Diesel engine sound, I am very pleased with it

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 147
7th Nov 2017 21:01  
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I have no idea of the size of your boat, but I have used the Mtronics sound board (choices of engine type) together with a pair of Dayton Exciters/transducers ( EX25VT 4 Ohms) which are 2” in diameter.

My boat is a Tug only 21” long with 8” beam. Volume is fine and exciters easy to accommodate.
All the best.