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Post Info TOPIC: Adding sound to the Tamiya MK.IV Male


Major

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Phew, one thing I can confirm by now, it's really crowded in there! wink

 

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It's a Greeting card and audio recording module (BRC36) built in.

 

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Due the lack on space I'll have to "reduce" the crew a bit.. aww
(not in the photo, the chap whose only represented ba his arm)



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I've not tried them but these tiny speakers might be worth a test... YouChoos



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MK1 Nut wrote:

I've not tried them but these tiny speakers might be worth a test... YouChoos


 Well, it looks good. But because I've no experience with electronics at all I was looking for a pre-assembled all-in-one solution.
It fits.



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Hello Oliver,

sounds great but maybe the sound suggests that this mark IV goes very quick. What sound did you use, was it an older tank or a modern onE? The Mark IV was not known for its great speed i have read.

is your Mark IV still able to move with all that extra weight, it must be heavy i guess.

great idea.

Willem



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I took the sound from this replica MK.IV driving
https://www.facebook.com/groups/115373482501793/permalink/126556084716866
(sorry got only the FB link by now, there's maybe a youtube version also?!)

But it's actually an MK.IV tanks driving noise!

Same as the Lewis gun sound
I'd chose an version emptying the complete magazin, so you can stop the burst at the model manually.

The 6pdr gun, was taken out of the "Battlefield I" console game.

 



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Thanks, then it must be ok!

And the extra weight? Will the Mark IV hold it?

Looking forward to the next step of this model.

Willem



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To be honest, I didn't test it yet..
Maybe it increase some speed of the model, so it would be more more in scale? wink
I hope it will work out, I'd just put on some red-brown primer so I can make some new pictures in the comming days and give it a try with the tracks attached.



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UPDATE:
It runs!! But there's a click noise I'll have to eiminate!?
Here some pics from the technics inside (see attached files).
Meanwhile I startet with the fascine, but that's another story..aww

 



-- Edited by Wollhodden on Saturday 25th of November 2017 08:04:45 PM

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