Installing a decoder SoudGT2 (from ModeLLdepO) in Bachmann Liliput L193500

kudrdima

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Originally the tram was analog. I wanted him to digitize, but to pay a hundred and fifty euros for imported audio decoder it seemed too. Considering not the high current consumption, I decided to try to use a decoder SoudGT2 from ModeLLdepO.

He took off the roof (mounted on the snap on the six, three on each side):

20150711_143406_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

The speaker is placed on the inner side of the roof with the help of "extension":

20150707_162624_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr


20150711_142719_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

To connect the decoder with 8-pin connector standard NEM652, "ends" with the model instituted in the 10-pin socket:

20150704_184849_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

Removing the two screws, remove one of the seats in the cabin:

20150711_144834_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

Drill holes in the bottom of the body, collect the connector and place it under the seat with a decoder:

20150711_170326_ by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

By putting the seat in place, put passengers:

IMGP0939 by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

"close" roof:

IMGP0950 by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

and "voila":

IMGP0951 by Dmitriy Kudryashov, on Flickr

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4T41h5r0is

After the "run" for half an hour with the included light and sound decoder was a little warm - experience in the use of the decoder can be considered successful.

It remains to wait promised sound design (currently in the decoder are sounds from the steam lok) and upload it to the decoder.

P.S. more photos in high resolution - in a photo album: Трамвай от Liliput