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 Posted: 1 Jul 2017 08:31
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Not bad at all Ed. :thumbs:

I have also noticed the release date on the TTS decoders and I have also noticed that the 'box shifter' has A4 Gadwall in Garter Blue with TTS sound for 70.00 and the Flying Scotsman for 85.00and a Class 40 for 74.00..! (all Rail Road models of course). They are all great prices considering the decoders will be priced at 36.00 !

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Agree Gary the TTS models are at great prices

One of the members at the train club got one of the TTS sound A4 rail road models and swapped it's DCC with his previously purchased full detail range Hornby A4
I believe he planned to resell the RR model will probably still get good money for it, making it a cheap sound equiped model conversion



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Got this one for 79.50 Gary, from the South Yorkshire box shifter.

Could have had the same one in Railfreight livery for 10 less, but I couldn't face adding yet another loco to the queue waiting to be painted blue :mutley2:


Whichever one you get, if you take off the cost of the decoder your getting a brand new loco for around 50, which can't be bad.



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Hattons now saying decoders due October 2017


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Better warn his nibs ..... He's patiently waiting for a couple of these.

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Come on Hornby, get your fingers out!! 
Yet another delay from them and they wonder whats happening to their sales!!! 



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Some have now arrived.

https://www.hornby.com/uk-en/shop/power-control/tts-sound-decoders.html


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Hattons now have some in stock!!



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Had an email from Hattons today saying some TTS decoders would be in stock from Mon 4th September,I'm after an A1 for my B1 loco!



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I seem to recall a 4F chip being announced as in the pipeline. I'd have one to fit in my 1F tank when it gets built. Fingers crossed it won't be too long.


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If it's this one Ron, you could get it direct from Hornby with no shipping costs, Hattons will probably charge 4.


https://www.hornby.com/uk-en/shop/power-control/tts-sound-decoders/tts-sound-decoder-a1-a3.html


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About the same Ed, Hattons 36+4 post and Hornby 39.99, still to decide which one to get for the B17, need to do some research first..:)

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I've had a 'newsletter from 'Rails' telling me they are taking pre-orders, delivery expected shortly!
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I have decided not to order an A1/A3 decoder for my B17, NO ROOM for it! :thumbs:

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My A1/A3 decoder for my V2 will hopefully arrive next week.

The 4F is not on the pre-order list yet :-(
I'd want a couple of these - 1 for my Lima O gauge 4F, and another for an old Airfix 4F - I have a Perserverence Chassis kit which could do with building.

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