Last updated: October 14, 2018
DCCSound offers authentic sound projects, made in Australia, to suit ESU LokSound V4 decoders.
Access to an ESU LokProgrammer is required. Simply read out the serial number from your decoder using the LokProgrammer and we can email the desired sound project for downloading to your model!
Alternatively you supply the decoder and we load the sounds. Visit the Sound projects page to see our ever expanding library of projects.
DCCSound's projects now include the same great features as our Full Throttle equipped diesel ones do, including:
Heavy Load: Simulate a grade or heavy train - at any road speed - simply by pressing F5. Disengage F5 and the chuff returns to normal.
Coast: Hit the coast key (F6), and the stack chuff drops to just rod clank or a whisper. Disengage F6 and apply throttle when a grade approaches!
Active brake: Slow down your loco with the brake, not the throttle! Release the brake and the loco accelerates back to the set speed.
Scrolling headlight: This feature enables manual control of front and rear headlights without it being automatically directional, whilst only consuming one function key, F0.
Built in 1930 at Victorian Railways' Newport workshops, 58 RM was one of a group of rail cars (later known as rail motors) to service the state's country lines. 88 years later, the rail motor is operated throughout the state by DERMPAV on charter services from Newport workshops.
Don't forget to get yourself on one of their upcoming trips: www.dermpav.com.au
Our brand new DERM sound project will feature the following recordings of 58 RM taken in 2018. Every single DCCSound project is unique to the prototype recorded, something which isn't common practice. As control systems (engine, electrical, compressors, pneumatic valves including horns) are unique to each prototype, we end up writing sound flow code that is unique and specific to the prototype. So no spitter valves on a DERM thank you!
High tech digital control for Old school tech! Sound project now available.
ESU 56899 LokSound V4.0 Micro decoder with 50321 11x15mm sugarcube speaker and stay-alive circuit all mounted in the cab. Working the yard at Castlemaine...
Recorded over two sessions from 7009 & 7013 at Southern Cross, DCCSound is pleased to offer the Sprinter sound project.
Payment via bank transfer:
NAB, BSB 083-532, ACC 196544471
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