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Accu-feel from A2AA2A Accu feel
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Posted 25 February 2012 - 07:56 PM
"Feel is a program written for FSX that uses additional physics and sound to elevate almost your entire aircraft collection*, both default and 3rd party. It works at the core of FSX, and therefore does not make any changes to any of your aircraft files (for example, downloaded aircraft paints won't be touched). In fact, we don't need to edit or change a single file in your entire FSX install directory. We instead “read” the aircraft that is loaded, analyze it, then automatically create a custom physics and sound profile that is saved outside FSX. You, the customer, don't even have to know this is all happening. You can just select your aircraft and fly it."Make sure you watch the promotion vid which can be find here:http://www.a2asimulations.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=49It seems really amazing! A discovery on the default 747 in that video, you can actually hear each of the main bogie wheels when each touches down, which for me is a really impressive little feature. Wonder how it goes with any of the PMDG aircraft? Looking forward to your opinions!
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Posted 26 February 2012 - 06:31 PM
If you can hear your tires squealing hundreds of feet behind you on a 747 then you either have superhuman hearing or you have problems with your airplane... You can't hear landing tire squeals on an airliner from the cockpit. They're barely audible even from outside - if you're ever in Las Vegas, go to the observation area at the 25L threshold - you can hear it there but it's very very slight. For airliners this particular feature of this product isn't realistic from the cockpit.
It seems really amazing! A discovery on the default 747 in that video, you can actually hear each of the main bogie wheels when each touches down, which for me is a really impressive little feature. Wonder how it goes with any of the PMDG aircraft? Looking forward to your opinions!