• Mark Stanton

    Hi I would like to see more on loading sound as like with some programmers ie d&h does not show how you connect the decoder to the programmer via susi ie solder tags or is it via a pin lush plug

    • Hi Mark, thanks for the suggestion, I’m taking a note of it!!
      As for the susi connection to the d&h programmer, if you don’t want to DIY, did you have a look at the programmer-adapter and SUSI adapter they launched a few weeks ago: http://doehler-haass.de/cms/pages/produkte/digitalsystem/programmier-adapter.php ?

      • Mark Stanton

        Yes seen that but the sd10a sound chip does not have one of those plugs it is wired and has 4 tabs for the susi how do they load the sounds do you have to solder to the susi tabs or is there like a plug you push the decoder tabs into for programming as I want to get one but there is just not enough pictures or videos of how it works close up there is nothing to show loading of sounds other than the words connect through the susi

        • True the sd10a doesn’t have the plug so you would have to solder 4 wires to connect to the susi connector of the programmer. Just look at the susi pin names on the manuals of both the sd10a and the programmer to make sure they match.
          If you’re not so sure about soldering, maybe you should consider decoders from other brands (ESU, Zimo) with which you can load sounds via the track connector (also on the track in an locomotive).

          PS: I am happy to try and help but please make an effort and use punctuation 😉

  • Alain LM

    Pierre, thank you for the review. I’m nearly tempted to buy one – if I can still find it.
    Meanwhile I have referred to your article on TroveStar: http://www.trovestar.com/generic/zoom.php?id=131876

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