Reply to "UPDATED 7-8-19 TWO NEW VIDEOS !!! A LOOK INSIDE THE LIONEL SUPER BASS B UNIT"

JamesRx posted:

Alex, I originally ordered only the AA set, but your videos convinced me to add on the Super Bass B! I’m expecting it tomorrow, but reading the manual tonight has me confused. There are switches to turn off crew talk or signals on the B unit, but why would anyone want to do that! What I would assume one would want to do is turn off the sounds on the A to avoid out-of-sync duplication of sounds, but the only way to do that is to turn down the master volume switch. So what is the proper way to configure this set to get the most out of the Super Bass B unit?

James you need to setup the AA and B as a Train in the legacy remote. Then remove the crew talk from the B unit, but keep the engine sounds / horn on the B unit. This is how I have mine setup and it will sound pretty awesome. Each unit needs to have its own unique ID when you create the train. If you need further help with this let me know.

* I like having the engine sounds and horn on both the B and A for the great rumble and echo effect. They stay in sync pretty well, the only thing that doesn't is the bell, but I actually like that too  

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