• ALABEO C310R For FSX P3D


    ALABEO C310R FSX/P3D Released

    Features
     Flight1 GTN 750* integration
     Reality XP GNS530* integration (only for FSX)
     Alabeo GNS530
     Regular and LITE models for better FPS
     Full FSX - Steam and P3D v2.5 and v3.0 compatible.
     Cold and Dark start option
     Stormscope weather radar (only for FSX)
     Superb material shines and reflections.
     Volumetric side view prop effect
     Gauges reflections
     Knob click sounds
     Windows scratches and blades shines
     High quality 3D model and textures.
     Realistic behavior

    Included
     5 hd liveries
     1 Blank texture
     Alabeo GNS530 PDF
     Normal Procedures PDF
     Emergency Procedures PDF
     Performance Tables PDF
     Quick Reference PDF
     Recommended Settings PDF

    Requirements
    Windows Vista/7/8 (32 or 64 bits)
    Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX with SP1 and SP2 (or Acceleration Pack) installed or Lockheed Martin - Prepar3D Flight Simulator v2.5 or v3.4 (or higher).  or FSX Steam Edition
    Pentium V/2GHz or similar – 2GB RAM – 512MB graphics card.
    1.3GB available hard disk space

    INTERNET CONNECTION is required for installing this product

     

    Visit the ALABEO C310R Homepage  for details.

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    It probably looks nicer than the MilViz C310 and the MilViz had landing light issues for a lot of people, but I will still keep my MilViz C310 as it is about as accurate of a flight model and systems model as you can get with FSX.  Oh, and MilViz provides a paintkit, it's almost impossible to repaint the HD Carenado/Alabeo aircraft.

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    As Flysimware (and Flight1 before them) covered the C441 ... I think it is good to have choice and competition, so I welcome this.

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    Just wish Carenado and Alabeo would prioritize systems development and improve quality control, than pumping out an ac every two weeks. Would even be willing to pay double if they could reach the level of Milviz, RealAir, or cough cough....A2A. But then again, this is an argument that has been going on for years and nothing has changed. 

     

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    SolRayz, Google "Carenado Mayo 2013" for an interesting read of their business model.  

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    On 5/7/2017 at 2:45 PM, MartinRex007 said:

    SolRayz, Google "Carenado Mayo 2013" for an interesting read of their business model.  

    I read the article and if your business model is to have a new release every 45 days, then you don't have time to actually test and fix the bugs before release.  You also don't have time to go back and address all the bugs, you are on to the next project, no looking back.  And although Alabeo was started as a "Carenado light", Alabeo's recent releases have pretty much been a duplicate of Carenado level aircraft. 

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    Hi Folks,

    I'm one of Carenado's biggest critics and I'm pretty vocal about it - the sound set is bad on this model there is no doubt - which I believe seriously contributed to my initial overall bad impression - however - after swapping the sound set for MilViz one I also own - much to my surprise I'm actually enjoying this ride now - many aspects of the FDE seem on par with the MilViz model - your mileage may vary (my MilViz C310 has been down hard needing a patch for P3D for many months now - MilViz acknowledged)... 

    I think my real beef with Alabeo/Carenado is on Glass and FMC based models - fancy navigation equipment (that we sometimes pay extra for) that can't do a simple "Direct To" is beyond absurd, beyond comprehension,  and aggravating as hell to me...

    I'm still evaluating - but all said and done - I think I like this one...

    Regards,

    Scott

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    The interior of the Milviz looks almost freeware compared to Alabeo's. If you have them both you can use the air file and sound from Milviz on the Alabeo 310. I did this and like the result so far. You can also adapt the .cfg from one to the other and see which you like better.

    Many of you do not like Carenado or Alabeo,I think they make beatiful GA models. I for one am glad we have the option of beeing able to fly their products.

     

     

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    Its not as good as the Dreamfleet 310. I loved that DM 310.. the sound and the panel.. although it was 2d

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