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    Cockpit sonic?

    I've read old mixed reviews, some say they are excellent and others have said they are terrible. What's the latest opinion? I'm looking to build an A320.

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    Re: Cockpit sonic?

    Dont waste your time or money if there's any risk based on so many mixed reviews!

    For A320 stick to Skalarki Electronics (UK)
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    Re: Cockpit sonic?

    Quote Originally Posted by GodAtum View Post
    I've read old mixed reviews, some say they are excellent and others have said they are terrible. What's the latest opinion? I'm looking to build an A320.
    I've FCU, RMP and EICAS panels from CockpitSonic and i don't have any problems.
    In any case, Skalarki seems to be the best solution at this moment.

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    Re: Cockpit sonic?

    Quote Originally Posted by asessa View Post
    I've FCU, RMP and EICAS panels from CockpitSonic and i don't have any problems.
    In any case, Skalarki seems to be the best solution at this moment.
    Yeah his partner, www.vier-im-pott.com, is developing a whole cockpit to hopefully sell as a DIY kit, which should be cheaper then Cockpitsonic.