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I am working with the button version and notice a distinct bias towards the right channel in the stereo balance. I would understand if this is to simulate the FO being over there, but I hear it in the Captain's voice as well.  I can hear this both with speakers and with headphones.

Any ideas on how to remedy?

Thanks.


Jeff Bea

I am an avid globetrotter with my trusty Lufthansa B777F, Polar Air Cargo B744F, and Atlas Air B748F.

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Hi Jeff,

We're using 3D sound.

But when using a Headset the FO and Capt should come out the center channel and sound equal.

If it doesn't sound equal when using the headset (HS selected on the FS2Crew Main Panel with the headset audio device selected), check your audio settings on your computer.

Best,

 

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Posted (edited)

Thank you Bryan,

Still hearing much more out of right speaker/earphone on P3DV4 HF3 than the left.

Edited by ahuimanu

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On 7/15/2020 at 4:15 AM, ahuimanu said:

Thank you Bryan,

Still hearing much more out of right speaker/earphone on P3DV4 HF3 than the left.

 

I can agree. I feel the same. There is much more on the right speaker as on the left speaker :(


Bernd Edlinger

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We're using the XACT audio engine... for the "center channel" we send the audio to position 0,0,0 (center)... your audio hardware must somehow be processing that signal differently than normal.

On my system, the sound even.

Cheers,

 

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What is XACT audio engine?

 

Everyting else is working fine (all other FS2Crew Products as well)

I am using an Soundblaster Z.

 

Thats set in my settings:

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I have just tried to change that to Headset, and did the audio test, and still only playing on the right side o.O

This wasnt present in a prev. version.

 

Edited by Flyinggok

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I need to use the Pro Studio cause its part of the Audio Driver :-S

 

No Idea where to set "Stereo" in Windows Audio COntrol Panel, there is no option for it.

Isnt it a possibility to provide an "non 3d Sound" version too?

Edited by Flyinggok

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It would make no difference... non 3D would still go to 0,0,0 based on our audio engine.

You can't just use the stock Windows driver?

Can you find this:

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I know Microsoft changes everything all the time... 🙂

 

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Posted (edited)

Set to Stereo, Sound is coming FL/FR but not with FS2Crew Aerosoft Pro :(

 

Additional Info:

The sound you get if you click a button on the FS2Crew interface are fully centered but not the voices.

Voices are coming much more from the right side.

Edited by Flyinggok

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Its all the same, but how can it be my audio if its only happening with FS2Crew Airbus Pro Edition and with NOTHING else and I dont have this effect in prev. versions.

Do you have probably older versions for me to test it w ith them too?


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