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    Starting 737 need advice

    I just bought the overhead panels for the 737 I'm looking forward to assembling them when they get here.

    I'm wondering what the easiest way is to wire and program this overhead. I currently have FSX, but I'm considering going to prepar3d for the new cockpit. Which is better for a home cockpit?

    What I/O boards are the easiest to program?

    Any advice/assistance would be greatly appreciated. I'm a novice and I know this project is going to be a long journey! I'm glad I found this forum and I hope you all can help me through it,
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    Re: Starting 737 need advice

    FDS SYS Board uses interface IT software just wire your panel to the board and download XML files...super easy!

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    Re: Starting 737 need advice

    Thank you for the reply and advice!

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    Re: Starting 737 need advice

    Hi
    best way and cheapest is to use 3 Leo bodnar
    input output cards ,check out his website
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    Dave