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Author Topic: Restoring missing sound functions on Paul Chetter Class 40 sound project  (Read 291 times)

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Offline MoonGoddess

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Hi,

I have just purchased a Zimo MX658N18 from Digitrains with Paul Chetter’s Class 40 sound project on it (Multidrive V2.2)

On reading the enclosed manual it appears if I choose manual notching instead of the standard scheme I lose the low horn and air release functions (the documentation does not list them for the notching scheme, only the standard one)

Is there any way to add these functions back whilst retaining manual notching?

Any help gratefully appreciated
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My guess is there is just not enough function buttons to do both so you have to sacrifice something to do manual notching but no doubt Paul will be along shortly with more info.

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The retailer I purchased the decoder from seemed to think it was not possible to restore the sounds, so they told me to return it for a refund.

 

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