NW-Modeling-List Digest, Vol 87, Issue 22

NW Modeling List nw-modeling-list at nwhs.org
Wed Jan 26 11:31:33 EST 2011


Thank you for the response. I'm starting to learn more towards the QSI unit,
though the Tsunami unit looks like a good choice too. This installation is a
ways off at this point, no layout and no place to run trains right now, but
it'll be exciting to contemplate during that time.



> Alvie,


> I can't offer any suggestions here; I will need to shortly venture into

> this same field of installing sound decoders in some older brass steam

> locomotives; I am leaning toward using the QSI Quantum Revolution sound

> decoders; there is a nice write-up about them on the Tony's Trains Exchange

> web site.


> Jim Brewer

> Glenwood MD



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> Subject: sound unit for BLI J


> Hi all,



> I'm looking at upgrading a BLI "stealth-series" J I have to one with a

> sound unit. So, I am wondering, has anyone here done that and if so any tips

> or advice you can share? Also, what sound decoder has really good sound for

> an N&W J? I know LOK-sound offers a chip they say is specific to the J. For

> speakers I am thinking of using QSI's high-bass speakers.?



> Alvie

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