Diesel Version 5:Traditional Throttle Mode

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Traditional throttle mode is how sound decoders traditionally operate, where the prime move notch is related directly to the speed, every x speed steps (of 128 speed steps) is a different notch, so the faster you go the higher the notch you will be in.
The speed setpoints that the prime mover changes notches are controlled by CV165 - CV172 where CV165 controls when the locomotive goes into Notch 1 and CV172 controls what speed step the locomotive goes into Notch 8 By default TCS WOWSound decoder operate in Prototype Mode.
Traditional throttle mode is also available though and can be selected using Audio_Assist™ menu 4.1 or by programming CV147 Throttle Type