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marco1989

Your 777 Homecockpit

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Hey,

 

as there are no new Pictures of PMDG`s 777 Cockpit, I thought we could post our "Home" Cockpit Pictures, for the future PMDG 777 here in the Forum.

 

This might be a good thing to get the time around until Release of T7  :lol:

 

So here is my Homecockpit from Germany...

 

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Sorry for my english mistakes :blush:

 

Greetings

 

Marco

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:) almost same setup here. Samsung 42" LCD + saitek yoke system and pedals +saitek x52 ready to meet their 777.

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Sorry for my english mistakes :blush:

 

Greetings

 

Marco

 

Are you joking..your grammer is better than mine...lol ( btw 0 errors)

 

Yup, same setup here..1 24" main monitor, and 1 17inch for the side.

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I just have a keyboard and sidestick, not that much room on my desk for other stuff. 

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Nice cockpit Marco,

 

Here is my setup (use only for NGX for this past 2 year)

 

1-1.png

 

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Can't wait the T7 when its release.

 

 

Regards,

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Nice cockpit Marco,

 

Here is my setup (use only for NGX for this past 2 year)

 

1-1.png

 

9-1.png

 

Can't wait the T7 when its release.

 

 

Regards,

Nice,shame you dont use the GA throttle/pitch/mix set up

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I'm in the process of building a fullscale 777 cockpit I have the MIP done so far.

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This is my setup for the NGX but the T7 hopefully will get drivers

 

Michael Moe

 

20130526111143.jpg

 

 

setuphq.jpg

 

20120429213629.jpg

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Good idea to show our cockpits so we can take ideas from others.

 

Here is mine:

 

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Mine's pretty basic and portable right now:

 

 

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I have a 660ti graphics card.

 

42" plasma is in the hdmi out

 

Triple head to go (only running as dual head to go) has the EICAS and overhead panel monitor. This is in dvi-1.

 

I had to take the pfd/nd off the tH2Go because it is placed in landscape but the eicas had to be put in portrait for size. I can't set different orientation between screens on the triple head so I utilized the display port for that monitor and places the overhead panel and eicas monitor to portrait.

 

 

Pfd nd is run in 1 23" LCD. This is in displayport with hdmi adapter.

 

Fmc is in DVI-2 with VGA adapter.

 

How did I build the MIP? MDF, glue, tack nails. The monitors are resting on a wood brace on the bottom and I put another wood brace to hold them flush with the panel. 1 screw through the side of the MDF into the wood brace and viola.

 

Thanks

Justin

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I have a 660ti graphics card.

 

42" plasma is in the hdmi out

 

Triple head to go (only running as dual head to go) has the EICAS and overhead panel monitor. This is in dvi-1.

 

I had to take the pfd/nd off the tH2Go because it is placed in landscape but the eicas had to be put in portrait for size. I can't set different orientation between screens on the triple head so I utilized the display port for that monitor and places the overhead panel and eicas monitor to portrait.

 

 

Pfd nd is run in 1 23" LCD. This is in displayport with hdmi adapter.

 

Fmc is in DVI-2 with VGA adapter.

 

How did I build the MIP? MDF, glue, tack nails. The monitors are resting on a wood brace on the bottom and I put another wood brace to hold them flush with the panel. 1 screw through the side of the MDF into the wood brace and viola.

 

Thanks

Justin

 

 

 

Thanks Justin

 

I thought only 3 output was possible but you have 4 outputs (HDMI-DVI1-DVI2 and displayport) I am running ATI so it might not work here :-)

 

Thanks for sharing 

 

Michael Moe

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This is my setup for the NGX but the T7 hopefully will get drivers

 

Michael Moe

 

20130526111143.jpg

 

 

setuphq.jpg

 

20120429213629.jpg

 

First of guys, very lovely setup to you all! :-) Michael, I have a question regarding your setup, I can see you have ThrottleTek 737 TQ, VRinsight CDU, but what EFIS/MCP do you have? And what are your experience with them are you happy or? :-) I'm am considering buying those things :-)

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First of guys, very lovely setup to you all! :-) Michael, I have a question regarding your setup, I can see you have ThrottleTek 737 TQ, VRinsight CDU, but what EFIS/MCP do you have? And what are your experience with them are you happy or? :-) I'm am considering buying those things :-)

 

 

 

The EFIS/MCP is HQ from CPFlight and it is totally plug and play. Up and running in 5 minutes and with chain plug and play for further expansion modules.

 

The quality of everything is HQ and feels like it.

 

Michael Moe

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Hello Marco,

 

I wonder if you like my desktop PMDG 737 NGX cockpit. CP-Flight, Saitek and CH hardware is in use.

 

Cheers,

 

 

Ben

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:blink:  just a slight breach in picture size then...LOL....Nice though.

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Mine's pretty basic and portable right now:

 

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Thrustmaster hotas x and an Asus Laptop connected to an LG monitor?

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Thrustmaster hotas x and an Asus Laptop connected to an LG monitor?

Yes - however an Asus monitor.

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Yes - however an Asus monitor.

Was quite close:-) I have the same joystick,it's a pretty nice joystick but the hat switch is a bit annoying though...

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