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Unfortunately there is no sound available for the class 234, but there is one for the class 232.The two classes are almost identical, so no harm done, we will use the class 232 sound instead.Click either of them and begin the configuration process.To update the sound click the "Upd" button on the locomotive configuration screen. There are several sections of the decoder that can be updated simultaneously. Click the little folder button and locate the file you downloaded from the website.The first thing I do when setting up a new locomotive is to give it a name. Since this is 234 292-1 this will be the name of the locomotive.The mfx decoder allows you to type in owner information, I do that as well. :-) The decoder comes preconfigured with some settings.The m SD kits includes a loudspeaker that will fit in the locomotive's loudspeaker compartment, the decoder itself and a new motherboard for the locomotive.The motherboard is included because the locomotives normally do not have a 21-pin decoder plug.
The price is the same, so you do not pay extra for the motherboard.You can now lift the motor and motherboard away from the locomotive's frame.Warning: Working with the motherboard can be a bit tricky because the motor is soldered directly on to the motherboard.You can also use the Märklin Sound-Programmer (Märklin #60801) and update the decoder using your PC.
If you do not have a CS2 or Sound-Programmer, your dealer can help you update the sound.
For this project I used: First you need to take the locomotive apart and get an overview of what is about to happen.