Here Comes the Sound!
Bring life to your model landscape!
Due to the compact construction of the NOCH Sound Scenes' electronic components and the speakers, the noise can be reproduced exactly where it would come from in real life.
The ready-for-connection electronics can be installed directly in any scene, such as train stations or churches. The street musician module, for example, could be placed in a building, right next to the band.
The realistic sound coming directly from the centre of the action will surprise you.
The connection is made with a common 16 V transformer, suitable for AC/DC.
How to connect the sound module to a poser source: Connect the black cable directly to one oft he two light current outputs oft he transformer. Connect the red cable to the other light current output of the transformer. Now you can hear a permanent sound. If desired you can make the sound switchable. For this you can use a switch or a control panel (not included in the scope). Interrupt the electric circuit with this on/off switch at the red cable.
Note: The sound volume is not adjustable. If the noise is reagarded as too loud, please order ref. 91900 10 Ohm Resistor for NOCH Sound Scenes for installation.
|Product Notices:||Hand colored, Micro sound|
|Position:||moves, sitting, standing|
|Phase of life:||Adult, Child, Pensioners|
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