roco digital starter set

Re: roco digital starter set

Postby Rich B » Wed Nov 11, 2009 9:50 pm

I have been running a Multimaus for a couple of years now. Overall I'm very happy with it, although the lack of double heading is a little frustrating. You can change CV19 on individual locos though and consist, it's just that the software doesn't do it for you automatically. I found it to be good as a slave with a Lenz Set 100, although my current intentions are to upgrade to the MultiMausPro once it's in the shops.
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Re: roco digital starter set

Postby dileTTante » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:45 am

Maybe too late to be helpful Multimaus manual in English is available on line as PDF from Roco. I've wanted to get the Multimaus, and before that the Lokmaust2. At weekend train show I saw Fleischmann N scale starter set with controller that looked the same as the Multimaus. Same supplier also showed me ESU Navigator wireless control which cost more than I can consider but was priced low enough to be very tempting. A search for info about the Navigator showed comments that Tillig includes the Navigator with its starter sets.
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