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    Go Flight and direct USB connections

    Hi,
    I am putting together my old but now refurished sim set and remeber that in the past I had some issues with the very good Go Flight range of instruments. To qualify this I would like to say that this is not a rant but an observation which I would like qualified.
    I beleive for instance the Saitek rudder pedals are known only to work best directly plugged into the Machines USB port and not through a hub. I remeber that i was having some issues with the A?Pilot unit dropping the settings when plugged into a ( high output ) hub but seemed much more happy when like the Rudder pedals plugged directly to the machine. This seems als true of the Nav 1/Nav 2 unit which failed to switch across until directly plugged in to the machine as well.
    This you will say points to a lazy hub maybe but I have no knowledge of the hub output and the Go Flght input voltage requirements.
    Has anyone experienced anything like this as well and what advice coould one give me please.

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    David

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    Re: Go Flight and direct USB connections

    David,

    I never had a problem with hubs, but I always plugged them into a powered hub.

    Reid
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