Kato 22-202-1 UNITRACK Sound card FEF3 / GS4 N Scale

Kato 22-202-1 UNITRACK Sound card FEF3 / GS4 N Scale

Regular price
$25.80
Sale price
$25.80

Sound card FEF3 / GS4
Introducing a "sound card" for the "sound box". Reproduce the large American steam locomotive FEF-3 / GS-4 with realistic sound.
Accurately reproduces the powerful running sound (blast sound, rod crank, etc.) peculiar to the American type, such as boiler pressure and cylinder diameter, which are different from the Japanese type large steam locomotive.
Depending on the driving situation, the sound of the blower, generator, air pump, etc. is automatically generated. Enliven the atmosphere.
The function of the sound card is set to 6 sounds (1, whistle 2, bell 3, drain cut (cylinder drainage) 4, brake 5, coupler 6, coasting (absence)).
1. The whistle reproductions the whistle sound that is different from the Japanese steam locomotive. With the whistle switching function, you can select the whistle sound of GS-4 and FEF-3.
(1FEF-3 whistle 2GS-4 air horn (*) 3GS-4 whistle)
* The GS-4 air horn is a loud horn installed as a countermeasure against heavy fog on the towed Daylight line (west coast).
Also includes the bell sound when passing, which is indispensable for American steam locomotives.
If 6 is operated while the vehicle is stopped, it will be the sound of water supply to the tender.
You can enjoy driving a lively model by operating the 6 function buttons according to the driving.
The package comes with a hanging blister package. Along with the instruction manual, the mount comes with a function label that can be cut out and set in the sound box.
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