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Best way to connect multiple controllers

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I usually fly with a CH yoke or an X52 stick on two different systems. I need to combine all this to one system. So I'd have an X52, Ch yoke, CH Throttle quadrant and CH rudders attached to a single system.

 

All controllers would be connected and I'd use the CH Yoke with the TQ and rudders or the X52 with the TQ (maybe) and rudders.

 

I'm thinking that if I assign specific profiles with FSUIPC I could specify the controller for each aircraft BUT would the non used controller cause conflict just by being connected?

 

Thanx,

 

Vic


 

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Nope, there will be no conflict. I am flying in this way for over four years without issues. Just make sure, You disable the axes/buttons in FSX control menu if You intend to use FSUIPC.


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