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Carenado PA44 Seminole

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The Alabeo P3D version of this plane is absolutely fantastic, for anyone that’s interested. One of, if not the best addon airplane I’ve ever come across. 

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Carenado posted this this morning:

M20R Ovation Update
A new version 1.2 has been already submitted to Microsoft. They are reviewing it and it should be up at any moment.

 

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Not sure why everyone is complaining about night lighting.

Seminole at San Jose

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7 minutes ago, espent said:

Carenado posted this this morning:

M20R Ovation Update
A new version 1.2 has been already submitted to Microsoft. They are reviewing it and it should be up at any moment.

 

Saw that on FB. Thanks.

"CARENADO PA44 SEMINOLE FS2020 RELEASED

Available at Microsoft Flight Simulator Markeplace

M20R Ovation Update
A new version 1.2 has been already submitted to Microsoft. They are reviewing it and it should be up at any moment."

Maybe it will be there this afternoon.

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1 hour ago, Manny said:

Not sure why everyone is complaining about night lighting.

Seminole at San Jose

seminole-3.pngseminole.pngseminole-2.png

 

Manny,

those are fantastic pictures.

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1 hour ago, espent said:

Carenado posted this this morning:

M20R Ovation Update
A new version 1.2 has been already submitted to Microsoft. They are reviewing it and it should be up at any moment.

 

Halleluyah

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Glad to hear the initial opinions are positive, I’m eager to add a GNS equipped twin so I can use it with my realsimgear GNS units...will certainly buy after work!

Has anyone tried it on Vatsim/Pilotedge to see if the transponder issue that the previously two releases had is fixed on this one?

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2 hours ago, Manny said:

Not sure why everyone is complaining about night lighting.

 

The problem is not noticeable when you fly low in the cities. It's when you fly in the countryside and a bit higher. But let's not start an off-topic about the night lighting here. 

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As you'd expect with Carenado, it's no A2A Commanche im terms of nerd-level accuracy, but it's actually a reasonably decent stab at a twin for the money.

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1 hour ago, Chock said:

As you'd expect with Carenado, it's no A2A Commanche im terms of nerd-level accuracy, but it's actually a reasonably decent stab at a twin for the money.

Stop tempting me to buy this.  To quote John Cleese, "Silence! foul temptress!"

I will probably end up buying it, as I like Pipers and I like T-tails, and it's only money.   But I'd rather have a Cheyenne.


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Does anyone have an INOP NAV2 OBS knob?  The knob animates but I cannot change the CDI needle.  I believe the instrument is working.


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The only problem I have with the Seminole is that the cockpit volume is three times louder than any of the other AC I have (but only 1.5 times louder than the 182). If I turn down my speakers enough not to disturb the neighbors, then I can't hear ATC. Also have to turn my sub-woofer down to 0 to keep the walls from rattling.

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5 minutes ago, desbean said:

The only problem I have with the Seminole is that the cockpit volume is three times louder than any of the other AC I have (but only 1.5 times louder than the 182). If I turn down my speakers enough not to disturb the neighbors, then I can't hear ATC. Also have to turn my sub-woofer down to 0 to keep the walls from rattling.

So you have a working NAV2 instrument knob and the compass headings change on the gauge?

50753429857_9176fa81ca_o.pngsemnav2 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr


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