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Author Topic: The Ladye X - An electrical varient of M&H "Project X"  (Read 557 times)

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Re: The Ladye X - An electrical varient of M&H "Project X"
« Reply #25 on: Yesterday at 08:03:34 pm »

Thanks for the kind words. 

I am also a devout steamer, but have started to have to cut back a little, hence the decision to go electric.However, I am used to my crafts making some type of realistic sounds. 
So I looked around for a sound system of some sort that would offer me the flexibility to
customize what I wanted to hear.
I found a company in Canada called Model Sounds, Inc.They have a system called Shockwave. 

It has a number of functions and allows full editing of the sounds.When you order a system you specify a sound group, and you get allthe types in that group, not just a single set.  There is also an editing
system that allow you to assign sounds to functions. 

Secondary is the availability some basic switching for lights and such.
Here is a pic from the manual, and also a general schematic.

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Re: The Ladye X - An electrical varient of M&H "Project X"
« Reply #26 on: Yesterday at 09:47:33 pm »

But in the meantime - Need to paint this.

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