RAM 70 - Air Horns (yachts, tugs) This is a digitally recorded sound with a 2" speaker and runs on 9-18 volts.Price: $ 38.00
7040 Electronic "3 Tone" Super Loud Siren by MACK This unit produces three entirely different, very loud, siren sounds, which are selected by the use of a 3-position switch. This is the perfect answer for equipping your fire boat, police boat, Coast Guard vessel, etc. The unit can be powered from the main power batteries with voltages of 9 to 16 volts, eliminating the need to carry a separate 9 volt battery or regulator. It is completely wired with a 3 inch speaker and micro trigger switch. Weight: 3 oz.Price: $31.00
7214-X9 Voltage Regulator by MACK These units have high efficiency switch mode providing better heat dissipation than linear voltage regulators. Shielded PCB design and output EMF coil makes a stable, low noise voltage output. Reverse polarity is built in. Has 2 to 5 cell LiPo, 7.2 to 21 volt input. Output is X9 - 9 volts, 3 amp. Price: $11.00
7005 3" Square Loud Speaker by MACK Replacement speaker for sound systems such as Robbe, Ram, Dynamic, etc. using 6 or 12 volts. VERY LOUD, almost twice as loud as stock speakers. VERY LOUD, almost twice as loud as stock speakers. Price: $15.00
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This is an example of what makes up a non-digitally recorded sound system. Used in: RAM 41, 46 and 48.
RAM 46 - Machine Gun Sound Adjustable rate and resonance, 6-18 volts Price: $33.25RAM 48 - Steam Engine Sound Magnetic sensor adjusts to speed, 4" speaker, 6-14 voltsPrice: $47.50
703S Sound Package for # 703 1963 Lyman 25' Soft Top Sleeper,# 707 1952 Century Sea Maid 18' AND # 704 1930 Dodge 21'6" Split Cockpit Runabout.Includes 3" diameter speaker, micro-switch w/bracket, hook-up wire, and 9 volt transistor battery plug.Price: $48.00
This is an example of a digitally recorded sound system. It makes up all of the following sound units.