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Upgrading to P3D v4 - GTN 750 Question, which one?

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hi all,

I just made the leap to P3D v4.1 and now have to decide what to do with the GTN 750.  I one I have currently is from Flight1, and I am aware of the 20$ upgrade.  However, I have also seen that RXP also has an offering as well.  Buying the RXP is an additional 25$ since I have their product before.  Hence the ask, what the advantage of the RXP unit?  I know that the RXP one support importing Garmin flt plan, but what else?  Sorry I am really not an expert in using these units, but I am interested in getting one that is the closest to the real thing as possible.

Thanks in advance.

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Here is what i said on another thread on aVSIM:

 

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My needs are not managed by price (there is not so much difference between both product) but by functionalities and quality.

i own GTN (750+650) and GNS (530+430) from both F1 and RXP.

i must admit RXP is a better product. No one fps loss (compare to Flight1 units that eats my fps) even with both VC and popup displayed, unit more responsive (not lag), far better graphic rendering, crossfill for GNS, units settings inside the sim without having to restart, hardware and shortcut support, can use default sim gps event, export GTN/GNS Flight plan to the sim (can be automatic), lastest trainer support (i like visual approach). better Taws managment, And i can continue...

The support ? the few issue i had has been resolve into the week with an update.

they have diseapers in the past ? i don't care, they are here now and responsive with a better product and full of projects for future (G500/600 for example but not only).

I have uninstall F1 units. there are not bad, they are good, but rxp ones are just better (for what i'm searching for.). So  my vote is for RXP

 

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