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#16
The 'train type' is determined by the switch at the top. You can switch between: Shinkansen, Standard trains (commuter trains) and Freight trains.
Under different 'train types', the sounds produced will change.

The 'A' and 'B' determines the movement speed mode.

For 'B' mode, regardless of which 'train type' you select the speed mode/control will be the same.

For 'A' mode, the acceleration and braking profiles depends on the 'train type' you have selected.

For Shinkansen: The acceleration and braking is sensitive

For Standard train (commuter train): The acceleration and braking is less sensitive and you should need to apply the brakes with some expectation of a delay.

For Freight train: The acceleration is slow (to imitate the heavy loads of a freight train) and braking is also slow.

So, there are 6 combinations for how you would like to play with this.

Shinkansen + A
Shinkansen + B
Standard + A
Standard + B
Freight + A
Freight + B

-plarnold
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#17
Many thanks Plarnold Smile Heart
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(09-24-2021, 03:21 PM)plarnold Wrote: For Standard train (commuter train): The acceleration and braking is less sensitive and you should need to apply the brakes with some expectation of a delay.

It’s my favourite mode: "commuter train" + "A". That little delay (that doesn't exist in position "B") is what makes it so fun and realistic. When you want to stop the train, bear in mind the train has to go on, gradually stopping, for approximately 10 cm before it stops completely, after you set the large main handle to "OFF". After some exercise, you can stop the train smoothly and exactly where you want it to stop. Smile
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#19
Wish there was an Off switch for the sound if one doesn't choose to hear it.
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That would be much appreciated option, Super. 

Also, I have a problem with that "clack"-sound that comes out of the controller every time you move the main handle. It's not bad per se, but when I'm shooting a video, it's louder than any other sound of the controller, and it can be heard in my videos...
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#21
Are you referring to the sound of the Master Controller between the notches? Real trains are very loud as well!  Smile
If you don't have the opportunity to see one in action, there are videos on Youtube which show them in action. 

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Yup, I am referring to the "CLACK"-sound of the main handle (the biggest one, that starts and stops the train) of the controller. It's pretty annoying especially when shooting a video (but I can live with it).  Cool

I have that controller and have made many videos with it. If I don't "cover" it with the music completely, the "CLACK"-sound is very (maybe too much) noticeable. Check my channel. Smile
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#23
I am sure there is a way to modify the Console by snipping the wire going to the speaker, installing a mini switch and have that available on the outside or underside of the console case. This way you can use the sound when one wants to and have the option to turn it off when silence is needed. I will have to open the case at some point to check how easy that would be. Big Grin
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Go ahead, Super! I won’t open it because after that it would never work again!  Cool Big Grin
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