Digitrax HO SDXH166D 16-Bit Premium Wired Mobile Sound Decoder, Motor and Function Series 6 Decoder for HO Locomotives (Speaker Included)

DIG-SDXH166D
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Digitrax HO SDXH166D 16-Bit Premium Wired Mobile Sound Decoder, Motor and Function Series 6 Decoder for HO Locomotives (Speaker Included)
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Description

Ships with multi project sound scheme including GP38 diesel (default), GE Evolution diesel, SD70 diesel, GP10 diesel, RS1 diesel, C420 diesel, Steam type 1 (based on UP3985) and Steam type 2 (based on K27). Simply select the sound scheme for the loco where you install the decoder and you are ready to run.

1.0 Amp/2.0 Amps Current Rating
6 FX3 Functions-200mA total current
FX3 Output optimized for LED & bulbs
Configurable FX3 pulse on all function leads
New Series 6 features
4 Simultaneous Voices
Customizable 16, 12 or 8 bit sound projects
Use PR3 and SoundLoader 2.0
16 Megabit on board sound memory
8 Ohm 16 x 26 x 9mm box speaker included
1 Watt sound output
330uF Capacitor for sound hold up included
Cam input synchronized steam chuff
Works with PX112-10 Power Xtender
Decoder Body Size 1.28" x 0.67" x 0.25"

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  • 1
    SDXH166D sound decoder

    Posted by Ronald Schmitt on Jun 29th 2018

    Model Train Stuff as always provided great service. Not worth the money; Pay more for an ESU or Tsunami as the sound in the 166 D is just a muffled rumble with no clean engine noise. Mine is going back to digitrax as a gift.

  • 3
    Need PR3 to get most out of it.

    Posted by BK on Jun 29th 2018

    I usually turn down the volumes on my sound equipped locomotives. When the SDXH166D was turned up as loud as it could still be clear it was just about where I turn down my other sound equipped locomotives down to. So this works for me. To be satisfied with the sound I had to make quite a few adjustments to the program via the soundloader software and the PR3. The individual sound features volumes were set generically over all the pre installed schemes and I imagine not one of them is appropriate. Using the software and PR3 I was able to run through the sound sequences on the test track while making changes. This is not a bad product for someone that a) wants to or is willing to spend the time to be able to customize their sound and b) doesn't require very loud locomotives. Although I think the volume problem might be solved by changing out the speaker.