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 Posted: Thu Apr 19th, 2018 02:26 am
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Lee B



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Helmut F wrote:
Do you have any idea how large his detection blocks were? That might have something to do with the sound jumping around.


No idea, sorry. I agree that the sensors might have bene very far apart. I know he didn't have many speakers, though. I think they were about every 5 feet or more. It sounded like the locomotives were teleporting from one spot to another, as if in a science fiction movie.
It was very distracting and several people discussing it away from the owner all agreed it would have been better to have no sound at all.



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Commanding Officer, 796th Railway Operating Battalion (in On30 gauge), operating on the Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC RR

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