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SoundTraxx Clinics at SBHRS

Tsunami2: Not your father’s Tsunami

South Bay Historical Railroad Society

Santa Clara Depot, 1005 Railroad Avenue, Santa Clara

Friday, September 29th, 6pm to 9pm

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On the heels of our sell out, inaugural Manufacturer’s Roundtable, the South Bay Historical Railroad Society is pleased to welcome SoundTraxx to the Santa Clara Depot. Join members and guests at two unique presentations by SoundTraxx’s own George Bogatiuk.

 

Since 1990, SoundTraxx has been designing and manufacturing the latest in state-of-the-art sound systems and electronics for the discriminating model railroader. Their popular line of Tsunami Digital Sound Decoders feature authentic sounds recorded by our engineers directly from the prototpyes. Soundtraxx designs, manufactures, and tests their decoders and products at their facility in Durango, Colorado.

 

Friday, September 29th at 6:00pm

 

6:00pm      Cocktails, light food, reception

6:30pm      Presentation Tsunami2: Not your father’s Tsunami

7:15pm      Q&A

7:30pm      Intermission & Reception

8:00pm      Presentation Tsunami2: Setup and Ops

8:45pm      Q&A

9:00pm      Conclusion

 

Event Descriptions

 

Tsunami2: Not your father’s Tsunami

Model railroaders will be provided with an in depth look into all of the numerous features that differentiate the new Tsunami2 product line from its predecessor — the original Tsunami Digital Sound Decoder. Learn about the expanded board format offerings, enhanced sound quality, and new features such as Dynamic Digital Exhaust for Diesel models and Hyperdrive2 Motor Control.

 

Tsunami2: Setup and Ops

Learn more about Tsunami2 Digital Sound Decoders and their great new features. Members and guests will be provided with an in-depth look at prototype operations using both steam and diesel Tsunami2 Digital Sound Decoders. You’ll learn how to enjoy Tsunami2’s cutting edge operational features such as Reactive Dynamic Digital Exhaust, Flex-Map Function Mapping Technology, and prototypical braking functions. Attendees will also become familiar with the extensive new sound library in each Tsunami2 Digital Sound Decoder making your models sound even more like the real thing!

 

Light food and refreshments will be served throughout the evening.

The Event fee is $5 if you register on-line and $10 if you register at the door.

Questions or comments can be sent to rsvp@sbhrs.org.


South Bay Historical Railroad Society, Inc.

A 503(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation

1005 Railroad Avenue
Santa Clara, CA 95050
(408) 243-3969
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