The Drone of an Engine!
You can often hear them from afar when motorcyclists whizz around corners. Now you can also hear them on your model layout. Because sound is coming out of there! Breathe some life into your model landscape!
Thanks to the compact design of the NOCH Sound Scenes’ electronics and loudspeakers, sound emerges where it comes from in the original. The ready-to-connect electronics can be placed with a motorbike sound, for example. You will be surprised how much more realistic a sound sounds when it occurs in the middle of the action. This is how you turn a winding road into a thrilling motorbike race. Can be connected to a standard 16 V model railway transformer. The sound has a duration of approx. 20 seconds. Suitable for AC and DC. Note: the volume is not adjustable. If you find the sound too loud, you can order a resistor (ref. 91900) for retrofitting.
The Sound Scene includes Figures Set no. 36904 “Motorcyclists” and the matching sound.
Note: the volume is not adjustable. If you find the sound too loud, you can order a resistor (ref. 91900) for retrofitting.
|Product Notices:||Hand colored, Micro sound|
|Phase of life:||Adult|
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