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TDS GTNXi Pro with Navigraph Support released!

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As an owner of the TDS software from its first days, I can’t express how well pleased I am with the Pro upgrade and the price?, more than fair.

For the price I receive new and powerful features enabled with the Direct Integration of the NAVIGRAPH suite of tools and products.  This is a self obvious game changer and I believe the serious enthusiasts as well as  nube amateurs will, like me, will be more than well pleased with the Pro.
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I have decided to keep the PMS version as I don't want to be without all the WTT options, unrealistic or not.


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On 3/1/2024 at 3:42 AM, St Mawgan said:

All of this made me want to fly in the C414 again so I could have two units in front of me. What a truly great aircraft it is! I don't know why I haven't flown it for so long. 

Same here. I love the 414. Hard to let go of the TBM however.

Also, as far as I know, it is the only plane that offers 2 units.

 

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4 minutes ago, Ron Lefebvre said:

Also, as far as I know, it is the only plane that offers 2 units.

C310 also but I prefer the 414 most of the time. 


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33 minutes ago, Ron Lefebvre said:

Same here. I love the 414. Hard to let go of the TBM however.

Also, as far as I know, it is the only plane that offers 2 units.

 

Must admit having 2 units is great, hoping that will be an option in the Lear soon. Would much prefer that over the current setup...

 

G


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Hopefully crossfill will be coming soon to help make use of the dual units.

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2 hours ago, regis9 said:

Hopefully crossfill will be coming soon to help make use of the dual units.

May be a good time to ask this question since I know you guys will know the answer....in flight sim, what advantage does crossfill give you?


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1 minute ago, Mace said:

May be a good time to ask this question since I know you guys will know the answer....in flight sim, what advantage does crossfill give you?

Biggest thing I'm aware of is only having to enter the flightplan on one unit rather than both.  I'm sure there's way more than that though.


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3 hours ago, regis9 said:

Biggest thing I'm aware of is only having to enter the flightplan on one unit rather than both.  I'm sure there's way more than that though.

Saves updating procedures into both as well, along with altitude restrictions. Pretty sure PMS passes through VCALC & Fuel prediction info as well.

You also a few extra data fields at the top of the second unit - don't remember seeing them on a trainer based 2nd unit (RXP/F1). 

Generally I'd leave one as a map and do all the input etc on the other.

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Hi, I own both and is there a way to toggle between PMS and TDS? Maybe using AddonsLinker?

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1 hour ago, stesma54 said:

Hi, I own both and is there a way to toggle between PMS and TDS? Maybe using AddonsLinker?

Yes, that should work just fine

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4 minutes ago, btacon said:

Yes, that should work just fine

-B

Thank you very much! Will try

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