02-27-2009, 03:28 PM #1
I am thinking of using the sim-avionics suite of guages (http://www.sim-avionics.com)for my 737,
Has anyone experienced this, and how does it compare over fsxpand?
I am going to try both demo's with fsx as soon as my hardware setup is complete, but any comments or advice would be welcomed.
02-27-2009, 06:10 PM #2
- Join Date
- Feb 2008
- Krefeld, Germany
I use Sim-Avionics in my Cockpit.
I have the Pilot Lizens for the 777 and 737.
As Hardware I use the FSBUS NG System.
I use 3 PC:
2: Server, PFD/ND, CDU, Sound, ASX, Hardware Interface
3: EICAS, Weather/Terrain, Online Client
At the moment the most system parts of the 737 work.
In the next weeks the Version 1.06 will released, with more logic.
If you need now a full working system than Sim-Avionics isn´t the best, but if you have some time you will get a realy good system.
Ask your questions.
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