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After typing something on the A Class sound thread, I thought that maybe other people could benefit from the few simple things that I've learned about DCC, while preparing to make the transition from DC to DCC. It seems like such a minefield, sounds incredibly expensive, and when people write about it on here, they tend to assume that everybody knows what they mean when mumbling about CV's and other crazy stuff. From speaking with @murphaph, who is quite the DCC guru, and reading posts from @irishthump and @NIRCLASS80, there are cheap and simple options for making the progression fro
Hi Folks, just after getting my first MM Class 201 Loco (MM8208 ) and some difficulties with Bachmanns new 36-557 DCC Decoder (bloody thing isn't working with a Hornby Select Controller) I finally bought the custom MM DCC Decoder. So far so good, except for the not working Cabin Lighting. But after reading on the MM website and some unsuccessfully web research.I stumbled across =0&tx_esudecoderprojects_pi1[filterCountry]=IE&tx_esudecoderprojects_pi1[sorting]=dateD"]ESU - Electronic Solutions Ulm GmbH & Co. KG- LokSound V4.0 "OEM" this entry on the ESU website. LokSound V