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Old 02-12-2018, 08:19 AM
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Default Excavator sound

Hi guys. Looking at maybe fitting a sound system in my 4200 excavator. I've a couple of trucks with mfu-01 /03 And I built another with a full Beier system that works and sounds amazing.
What is best used on a excavator ?
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Old 02-12-2018, 09:23 AM
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Canít go wrong with a Beier sound unit, Servonaut SMB also sounds great
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Old 02-12-2018, 09:28 AM
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Here’s a 4200xl with a Servonaut SMB sound unit.
https://youtu.be/PuI43EX4WyU
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Nice work sir! I wonder how you managed to shoehorn all that into the space available? Mine is fairly tight without having additional stuff in it.
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Would advice Servonaut SM3 (easy 'plugg and play', 3-4 different engine sounds), or Beier (more complicated, but higher number of engine souds to choose from) if you already familiar with that unit.
The Servonaut SMB got in addition to engine sound (just 1 off, Liebherr), sounds for tracks and more. Coll when things are set up as supposed. All is set up on a certain number of mixing channels, one need a radio with quite a few free mixing opporturinties. It's adviced to read the online manual before going for SMB, and compare what opporturities one got at the radio one like to use. To fully use the SMB possible might be a challange with the original Turnigy/flysky 9 ch radio.
Type of speaker ohm, at least for servonaut modules, varies depending on what voltage and type of unit. It's explained on the servonaut site what goes where.
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