c.rainford73 wrote:Also how did you setup the wiring was it tedious or straight forward?
c.rainford73 wrote:Wow that's great! I'm tempted to dive into one once I hear yours! I'm assuming the board comes with an sd card that you load sound files onto?
BeavistheCat wrote:Congratulations on modding one of these to 2.4 ghz. I have one of these in an old HL Tiger - the sound is top notch, and I love the way it can change gears, rather than most approaches which is just to modulate the sound by speed. I also appreciate the fact that it eliminated the Track Recoil. I haven't checked for a while, but am assuming that the Client project files are still on the Beier site. If so, there is a very good Maybach set up there.
Afrikakorps wrote:If you do away with the Taigen/Heng Long board you can have a lot more options and control with an RCtanks Australia ASP2 board.
The ASP has better sound options using 2 sd cards and outputs for different strength speakers.
It has more control and features than almost any other board on the market.
Well worth a look at.
http://rctanksaustralia.com/shop/index. ... cts_id=260
Jussek wrote:I've been using the USM-HL for 5 years, you can find the samples on some treads in this forum, and also i 've my profiles shared on the Beier forum. The Beier and the Benedini are the only pure sound cards i know right now, and i my opinion nothing beat them. The main issue i've with all the myriad of new control boards that use SD cards are the micro lapse times of switching the sounds. I could be a bit oversensitive on this issue, though