Simple CV Settings for an Economy DCC Decoder for more realistic operation is discussed in this video. Whenever you pull your locomotive out of the box for the first time it will run, but not in a realistic fashion. So we have to change some of the settings to get there. I purchased a Bachman S-2 Diesel (DCC Sound Value) at a train show a few months ago for $65. The only thing I did to it so far was assign a number to the locomotive. Right out of the box I ran the locomotive to break it in and did a short video a few days ago at the end of the run in time. Today I adjusted CV 02 thru CV 06 to achieve a more realistic operation. Adjusting the basic settings for motor voltage, acceleration & deceleration rate are essential for a more realistic movement of your [More]
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