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1:16 scale figures for a model trawler ? by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 4 days ago
Looking for crew for your Tiger were you?? 😉 BTW: if you're going to put a sound module in the Tiger tank and want genuine sound bites: start up, (running with squeaking tracks), and stop, idle, shut down, gun fire, heavy machine gun fire: I have a whole directory of such sounds in wav or mp3 format. Can send if you want. Cheers Doug 😎

NAXOS - Fishing Boat by watson220 Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 7 days ago
I use the sound module on my ship from the Slovak manufacturer to give her a preview of what sound it has. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzqUrNaYp0g Plan for Naxos can be purchased here: http://eshop.rcrevue.cz/planky-modelar/225-naxos-014s.html?s...

Billing Boats Banckert (Maasbank) by Radiosailor Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
[Score: 5/10] 26" Billing Boats Banckert (Maasbank) Single Propellor (4 Blade) Powered by Lead Acid (6v) Batteries - Comments: Build in the eithies... used thin ABS material for superstructure, wheelhouse and funnel & mast. MonopermSuper 6V for main propulsion and Monoperm 6V for added bowthruster. Has working lights and soundmodule with speaker. It's recently sold to south Germany and will be sailing on the 'KoenigsSee'.

Hobby Engine Richardson Upgrade by NPJ Captain   Posted: 1 month ago
The TGY i6 and the Mtronics sound module arrived yesterday. Some other small bits today. Transducers etc Tuesday they say. Wife wondering what is happening.........................! All the best NPJ

Hobby Engine Richardson Upgrade by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Re Technobots Sound Units- "As part of our review into the product ranges we stock, this engine sound unit is no longer available from Technobots. We have been the retail outlet for the excellent engine sound module designs of Alan Bond of Forge Electronics for many years and have proudly supplied over 1,000 of these units to modellers around the world. The good news is that Alan is going to continue production of the programmable sound unit so please visit the Forge-Electronics website for pricing and availability. Our rather popular and well respected range of single voice and combo engine sound units have had a makeover! They still have the same great sounds but are even more user friendly." https://www.technobotsonline.com/combo-engine-sound-unit-mk2... Doug 😎

Deck in! by Skydive130 Admiral   Posted: 2 months ago
After a week away in Lanzarote, have had a couple of days to get some work done. Left side of hull is now fully sheeted, gaps filled and awaiting final sanding and glass clothing. Decided to get ahead of myself and have fitted all the deck pieces and the cabin deck formers. The inside of the hull has had a second coat of epoxy resin and will get a couple of coats of yaht varnish once the final pieces of internal wood parts have been fitted to include battery tray, motor mounts, prop shafts, servo rail, ESC tray, receiver tray, speaker/engine sound module tray. Up at the bow have fitted the wood for the on/off switch, sanded, sealed and primed the bow deck before adding a couple of the detail parts.

Hobby Engine Richardson Upgrade by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi again Neil, did you mean their sound modules? Something like this? http://www.mtroniks.net/prod/Sound-Systems-For-Scale-Models/... Don't know these anyway🤔 Up to now I've used simple analogue sound boards (some home made) and microswitch /or relay control. Also have a Graupner programmable sound system in my stash, destined for Ark Royal. Doug 😎 Doug 😎

Hobby Engine Richardson Upgrade by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi Neil, I know the feeling, but Gently Bentley! 😉 What do you want your sound system to do? there are simple single sound boards e.g for motor sound; diesel, petrol, steam in various types, sirens - operated by a simple servo/micro switch/relay system or full blown programmable modules where you can load your own .WAV format sounds. There are thousands on the electronic spider web! Several years ago I built a CMOS driven relay board so I could operate four functions from one proportional channel: destroyer siren (Whoop Whoop!), smoke, lights, fog horn. Was a home made PCB about 4" square! Nowadays one mini module will do all that and much more; Plug and Play, plus you can load your own sound files from the PC, but is that so satisfying?? Another debate😉 Cheers Doug 😎 PS for some inspiration have a look at the Component Shop site under Action Electronics; sound! I've just bought the Asdic sound board for my destroyer; test report follows. 😉

PT109 Refit by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi Dave, glad you found the pics useful, that's what we are all here for n'est ce pas? 😉 may have a few more detail pics in the archive, will have a rummage later. The two 'black boxes' are 'ready ammunition' drums for the Browning 50 cal MGs. You can see them again in pic 14. They sit on an equipment box in front of the cabin, cos on this version there is an extra single 50 cal mounted on the port corner of the cabin. See pic 23!! The one after the starboard prop pic. The penultimate pic shows the MG in detail from the rear - Operator's PoV. The silencers (mufflers in American) have a simple butterfly flap valve to deflect the exhaust into the silencer box with an underwater outlet. BTW: the actuators are missing🤔 They were a simple rod mechanism actuated from the stern deck. Still looking for detail pics! Maybe we could figure out a way of coupling them to a motor sound module for 'Whisper Mode'?? Bit small to see when out on the pond though! Cleaning the glasses helped the eyesight a bit😉 straightening out the crossed eyes and retraining the brain took a little longer 🤔 happy building and exciting but safe sailing, cheers Doug 😎

Gadgets and Gizmos by Midlife306 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 5 months ago
Hi Nick, As basic as this sounds I got a switch that you plug into a channel on the rx to control lights or just about anything remotely. I've also got a sound module with 2 speakers from eBay that you load the sound onto a microSD card which I find amusing, this also plugs into a rx channel. Animatronics is new to me, I'm learning slowly, my 1/4 scale Donald Campbell should scare a few people. I'm also dabbling with 3D printed linear actuators at the moment, I'm up to 130mm of travel from a normal servo. Ohhh the entertainment 🤗 Cheers Wayne

Mtroniks Sound module by barnet Petty Officer   Posted: 11 months ago
Thanks for the help. Turns out my unit was missing said wiring loom!

Mtroniks Sound module by barnet Petty Officer   Posted: 11 months ago
Anybody installed this? Says says 'comes with with wiring loom'. - can anyone confirm what the wiring loom is, I think mine was missing from the box.

Precedent Perkasa by Peter501 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 year ago
Can't find a gas turbine sound anywhere but I used the air start diesel (details below off there advert)better than nothing and quite impressive ( I think ). MTronik Digisound Large Multi Cylinder Air Start Diesel Ref: 4462 The digiSOUND5m is the new marine sound module from Mtroniks Ltd. It is the worlds first 100% waterproof, plug n play sound module designed to take the hassle out of giving your model a realistic sound! The sound module requires NO programming or set up, it comes with a realistic sound pre-installed leaving just the installation to complete before you can get under way! The unit comes complete with built in amplifier, wiring loom and even a 75.0mm diameter waterproof speaker! You simply install the unit in your model and go! There is no complicated PC interface to deal with or complicated set up, you REALLY do just have to plug it in and go!!! Add this to the legendary Mtroniks waterproof construction and you really don't need to look any further! Peter

Precedent Perkasa by Peter501 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 year ago
Hi I believe President don't do the glass hull now due to a fire at the factory who produced them so now only have the wood hulls. I also have the 49" Perkasa (grp) hull you can see a picture in my profile, I run mine on a single prop with the following set up and it runs very stable and very fast although you need a big water to open up to full throttle.......... Leopard 4074 brushless motor Tinergy 120A ESC 35 prop 2x 500 4S lipos wired in parallel....... gives about 50 mins fast sail time even longer at a more scale speed. Mtroniks digisound sound module Spectrum DX2e wheel type transmitter.

Volvo Penta 155 HP sound module. by robtroi Lieutenant   Posted: 1 year ago
Hi Alan The sound unit is in the post "Royal Mail first class" Regards Rob