(352) 354-2324

Buy the MrRCSound ASPIRE V5 – RC Sound System Kit from RandyRCPlanes

RandyRCPlanes is proud to sell the MrRCSound ASPIRE (V5), RC Sound System.

NOTE: The Mr RC Sound ASPIRE (v5) completely reimagines what the V4.1 systems did. No wonder they are STILL the most sought after rc sound modules on the market right now!

Randy RC Planes only sells the best! And the MrRCSound systems are the best!

This is the next generation of the first completely integrated rc plane sound modulespeaker exclusive TT-25 sound transducer and all! (patent pending) That is the beauty of the Mr RC Sound systems, it is almost completely assembled, has been thoroughly tested, there is no guesswork or figuring out electronics, and there is now no speaker holes to cut.

On top of all that, it is portable from one plane to another!

Once your planes are set up, you will be able to move the MrRCSound kits from one plane to another plane in a matter of minutes, all while at the airfield!

Mr. RC Sound Modules ASPIRE (V5)

The ASPIRE (Verison 5) of the Mr RC Sound System for RC Planes is a completely different unit in both the way it works and what it is capable of over the 4.1!

As an avid flyer himself, MrRCSound strives to create a product that faithfully reproduces a scale sound that matches the real planes and their engines. Attention to detail is key. All new from scratch hardware using quality components that are exclusively MrRCSound.

Innovation – Utilizing new sound creation methods to produce realistic sounds.

Personal and professional service all around is what you get from MrRCSound and RandyRCPlanes.

What does MrRCSound system “ASPIRE” stand for?

Audio System Product w/ Integrated Random Engine 🙂

What hardware changes are on the MrRCSound ASPIRE (version 5)?

  • Size: Approximately 2″ x 3.25″ x 1″
  • Weight: Approximately 2.2oz. (plus 2.5oz per TT-25 Transducer)
  • Power Input: 3S to 10S LiPO

MrRCSound ASPIRE Amplifier

A more powerful amplifier is being used. It is rated at 5X the power of the V4.1 amplifier, but it is only consuming 2X the power of the V4.1 amplifier.

This leaves plenty of head room so that the amplifier is not taxed. Additionally this keeps the ASPIRE RC Sound System within the safety limit of the TT-25 transducers.

As the TT-25 Transducers are improved we will be able to use more of the amplifier in the future.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Processor

A significantly higher end processor is being used in version 5. This allows for:

  • faster computations of the sounds
  • improved response times
  • additional features, and
  • room for future enhancement

MrRCSound ASPIRE Duel Board Design

The RC sound board, is actually 2 boards connected together, one on top of the other.

The bottom board is the ASPIRE processing unit, and it contains all of the components for input and processing the sound.

The upper board contains the power and amplification elements.

All other components are sandwiched between the boards, with nothing hanging out! This allows for improved and greater protection of the RC sound module components in the event of a crash.

Likewise we have achieved a streamlined design which will make the ASPIRE easier to handle.

PLUS: In the event you need to separate the boards for proper fitting in your place, it is easily done with an optional communications ribbon cable.

MrRCSound ASPIRE RC Sound Memory

The memory style has changed from a pronged chip to a Micro SD memory card.

We now have greater storage space for larger (better) sound files. Not to mention a huge improvement in the “ease of use” factor!

The V4.1 memory was 8mb total for all 6 stock sounds. The MrRCSound ASPIRE sound digitizations are approximately 110mb per engine sound! We now have much higher quality (16 bit 44K CD quality), longer engine loops, and overall better performance.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Expansion

The ASPIRE has an expansion port for a future “combat module”.

How does the functionality of the ASPIRE differ from previous versions or other units?

There are a number of things that separate the ASPIRE from the prior MrRCSound system versions.

  1. The sound creation method is completely new
  2. There are many new functions in store; such as:

MrRCSound ASPIRE Random Start/Shutdown

Each engine sound has multiple startups and shutdowns corresponding with that respective engine.

Real engines always have some differences each time they start and shut down. Sometimes an extra cough, sputter, rev up, et cetera. To recreate this the  MrRCSound System ASPIRE randomly chooses a startup and shutdown sequence of the respective engine.

This provides you with a semi unique experience each time you fly.

Engine sounds can have up to 15 different startups and 10 different shutdowns for the ASPIRE to randomly choose from.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Random Chatter/Sounds

One of the optional AUX channels on the MrRCSound ASPIRE Version 5 has the ability to randomly select sounds. Depending on the engine being used, these could be aircraft related sounds, Air Traffic Control chatter, or Pilot chatter; such as “Enemy, 10 o’clock high!”

Other Aux. channels will have things such as guns, bombs, et cetera.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Automatic Whistle Trigger

Many aircraft have distinct whistle sounds, such as the P-51 or F4-U.

The MrRCSound ASPIRE has a built in accelerometer!  This detects the “pull” (force) out of a dive or hard turn, and automatically trigger the proper whistle sound. No need to trigger it manually like you had to do with the V4.1.

MrRCSound ASPIRE New Sound Rendering

MrRCSound has developed a completely new method for creating the engine sounds. It is a complex method which involves:

  • cross fading
  • speed changing
  • pitch changing, and
  • spectral morphing (yea…we had to look that one up via Google too!)

Both the engine idle and the high RPM are real recordings of the respective engine.

The improved processing allows for a very realistic ramp up and down through the engine’s RPM range.

What will I hear with the ASPIRE?

MrRCSound ASPIRE Richness

The first thing that you will hear is a much richer and fuller tone. If you thought the v4.1 was awesome…well the MrRCSound ASPIRE is simply heavenly!

The sound the ASPIRE delivers has a much higher quality sound, you will notice there are more pronounced bass tones that give a better overall representation of the real engine.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Volume

With the new amplifier capabilities the volume on most sounds is greater (louder).

Some sounds may be significantly louder than those on the V4.1. Others may sound about the same, or even a little lower. This is merely perception because the improved sounds tend to have more bass, and fullness. The addition of fuller Bass sounds allows the sound to travel further.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Prop Noise

MrRCSound has intentionally chosen high RPM sounds with a lot of the actual prop noise for the ASPIRE.

This provides a more realistic sound while your plane is in flight.

Like on a real aircraft, there is not much prop noise during idle. Yet, when throttling up through the RPM range you will begin to hear increasing prop noise, just like you would hear with a real aircraft.

MrRCSound ASPIRE Real Sounds

You can be assured the idle and upper RPM of each respective engine is taken from the real thing! The in between RPM range is rendered in a way which replicates the real RPM changes, giving an overall great effect from start to finish of your bird’s flight.

The standard chip that ships with the unit includes 8 “airplane” sounds plus associated auxiliary sounds.

Standard Sound Pack Engine Sounds:

  • Lycoming
  • Merlin
  • Continental
  • Double Wasp
  • Wright Cyclone
  • DB 605
  • Wasp Jr.
  • Jet

Mr. RC Sound Systems are designed for modern 2.4GHz radios only.

The ASPIRE currently comes with the standard “sound pack”. Other sounds and sound packs are in development. Just like the v 4.1 we expect to have

  • Standard (Comes installed unless you choose a different sound pack during product selection)
  • World War I
  • World War II
  • Twin/Multi Engine
  • Mixed
  • Civilian

As mentioned above, the Standard Sound Pack comes with Auxiliary Sounds.  There are random Chatter/Sounds built direction into an optional AUX channel. Furthermore the Channels on the ASPIRE have the ability to randomly select and play sounds. Depending on the engine sound in use, these could be aircraft related sounds, Air Traffic Control chatter, or Pilot chatter, such as “Enemy, 10 o’clock high!”

Other Aux. channels have sounds such as guns, bombs, et cetera just like the v4.1.

With the exclusive TT-25 Sound Transducer there is no more cutting holes for speakers!

You can read the full write up here, but simply put this is the greatest advancement in RC Sound since the introduction of V4.1 and the removable sound chips!

Installing sound in your RC plane used to require you to cut holes in your planes in order to emit the sound from the speakers. BUT NOT ANYMORE!!!

Choose Base or Ultra below & buy a Mr RC Sound System ASPIRE (v5) from RandyRCPlanes now!

Your cart is currently empty.

Return To Shop

Please review our shipping process before placing your order.