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hey guys any one using GTN 650/750 ...any FPS issues? limitations? are they two different products ..64.95 each?

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Pedro


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I use the 750 and can see no frame impact at all. Tremendously powerful tool. Highly recommend.

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Same here, no fps impact and highly addictive, one of the must-have addons.


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No impact in frames. It is almost a must-have for FSX or P3D2. I recommend the GTN 750 altough i have both. Yes 65 US each but worth it :)


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GTN 750 is in the top 5 addons I've purchased for P3D. And I've bought a lot.


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Yep, great addon, and with recent A2A, and RealAir turbo duke, you can fit it into the VC's....brilliant!

 

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Neil made a great vid 

 

https://youtu.be/yPaRPVIkPbI


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Only thing to mention is that the GTN does not accept FS flighplans such made with PlanG for ex. So flightplans have to be made within the GTN itself. The plans can be stored for future use.


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MJ


 


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Great addition the GTN750 ,

 

my first flight with it CYVR -CYBD Bella Coola with the Real AirDuke 2.0 integrated in VC. Even include charts in US as well.

 

next is CYBD-PAJN

 

 

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Can be used via network...just as pup up guide navigation...as EFB...maybe stupid question ...definitely can only be integrated on developer airplanes with those capabilities?

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Pedro

( I am going with 750)


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It is a 2D gauge and it can be integrated into the VC. There is a thread over at sim forums http://www.simforums.com/forums/gtn-in-vc-panel_topic49354_page1.html you must be registered to gain access to this thread. You can also go for an tablet solution. That works via extended desktop so that you can drag the 2D popup to a tablet of your choice. I did it once with my iPad. Its cool but i like the VC integration more.


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Although GTN doesn't accept FSX flight plans, it's a simple workaround. I define my FSX flight plans as "VOR to VOR" and then enter the flight plan into GTN from the kneeboard manually after takeoff (or before if desired) takes only a couple minutes.

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It is a 2D gauge and it can be integrated into the VC. There is a thread over at sim forums http://www.simforums.com/forums/gtn-in-vc-panel_topic49354_page1.html you must be registered to gain access to this thread. You can also go for an tablet solution. That works via extended desktop so that you can drag the 2D popup to a tablet of your choice. I did it once with my iPad. Its cool but i like the VC integration more.

Hey Mickevj are u aware if 750 can be installed in a separate computer..using network..same way i am running ASN...or just drag the 2D display to my second monitor running P3D (main computer)....I am trying to log in in the Flight 1 forums but is giving me "access denied"...for some reason

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Pedro


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