Sound decoder for Athearn RTR GP60M?

Does anyone know of a sound decoder that has a 9-pin JST connector, for use
in one of the new Athearn RTR GP60Ms?
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Frank Eva
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The Soundtraxx DSD150 has the green 9-pin connector.
Steve Newcastle NSW Aust
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Steve Magee
"Steve Magee" wrote in message
I looked at the DSD150, and the diagram shows a connector above and below the board. What is the second one for?
What do you think - should I wait for the new Tsunami? Do you know if they will be offering one with a 9-pin connector?
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Frank Eva
Second one is for axle mounted exhaust cam wire and speaker wires.
Dunno yet (about the plug). But if they do, hell yeah, hang on!
Hope they - Sounbdtraxx - have sweetened up the chuff. In a listening test comparing QSI, Loksound and Soundtraxx LC and DSD, general consensus was Loksound have the best steam sound, then QSI (considered a little too mechanical by the listeners), then Soundtraxx - lacked definition compared to the other two. Have only heard soundfiles of the CTE, so holding off comment on them till we actually hear one in a standard installation.
Steve Newcastle Oz
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Steve Magee

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