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Does anyone have any of the Saitek products and the RealAir Duke B60? I have a Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel (http://www.saitek.com/uk/prod/pfmulti.htm), and wanted to know if it will work with the Duke in controlling the aircraft, especially the autopilot functions. On the RealAir site it says they have added support for additional hardware with a service pack...."Improved support for advanced hardware input devices: You can now use advanced hardware input devices such as those made by GoFlight and Elite to control the HSI heading and course knobs as well as the VOR2 OBS knob. Also, when using these or similar devices to adjust the autopilot altitude you should now correctly see your selected altitude on the autopilot screen"Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Does anyone have any of the Saitek products and the RealAir Duke B60? I have a Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel (http://www.saitek.com/uk/prod/pfmulti.htm), and wanted to know if it will work with the Duke in controlling the aircraft, especially the autopilot functions. On the RealAir site it says they have added support for additional hardware with a service pack...."Improved support for advanced hardware input devices: You can now use advanced hardware input devices such as those made by GoFlight and Elite to control the HSI heading and course knobs as well as the VOR2 OBS knob. Also, when using these or similar devices to adjust the autopilot altitude you should now correctly see your selected altitude on the autopilot screen"Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
Your question would be better answered by asking RealAir directly. The Saitek Multi Panel was designed to work with stock FSX aircraft. As long as the Duke is using standard commands (nothing custome coded) the panel will work. My guess is it will work fine.Regards,Bob

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Your question would be better answered by asking RealAir directly. The Saitek Multi Panel was designed to work with stock FSX aircraft. As long as the Duke is using standard commands (nothing custome coded) the panel will work. My guess is it will work fine.Regards,Bob
HI mateyes it does work for me anyway.i have the multipanel and the switch panel and they both work fine with it. cheers steve

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I have all of the Saitek ProFlight modules. All work perfectly for me with the Duke

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Thanks for all of your responses. I will be getting the Duke now.

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The Duke is one of those planes that you will enjoy for a long time. Simply perfect!I really love the vc rain effects too. :(

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