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  1. mcd211255

    HELP! Microphone not working?

    Hi, I have just realized after reading your post whyP2A could not hear me. Multi Crew experience and Feel there Tower3d Pro also suffered from not hearing me. Thanks for the post, saved me lots of frustration Mike EGGP
  2. Thank you both for your valuable input. Ordinarily I would be contacting support for a copy of the beta flows for the SSGG 748 but we are having some good sunny weather here is the UK at the moment and spending more time in the sun. Plus David has given me some ideas for creating some emergency flows using vox script and I can do that in the sun. Thanks again for a fantastic program, Multi Crew Experience. Mike EGGP
  3. Hi, I am reasonably new to MCE and using it with X-plane 10. I have a problem when the copilot thinks I have said something like ...shutdown engine 1...when it is some background noise that has triggered the action. Not good at FL380. I have fans running on my PC so I think the mic is too sensitive. There seems to be some interesting arguments whether to use a digital mic via USB or an anologue mic via 3.5mm plugs for speech recognition other than Windows Speech recognition ie voice operated simulation be it ATC or MCE. The argumentors favour anologue over digital. Any comments... Another item is failure checklists. Is there a chance of MCE having failure checklists for some of the more common failures. It would be interesting to follow an engine shutdown procedure on takeoff. Really enjoy using MCE with the payware I have with X-Plane 10 and hope that the SSG B748 will be available soon. Thank you Mike EGGP
  4. Hi, I have been able to appreciate both the FS2004, FSX and X-plane 8,9 and now 10. I bought all PMDG's products for FS2004 which included the 737ng 600/700 800/900, the B1900D and C models, the Queen of the Skies B747, MD11 and the B777. I had tremendous fun with these fantastic models from the PMDG team. I had a catastrophic failure of my motherboard and lost some good hardware but after building a new faster desktop with 64bit operating system and having had a pleasurable experience with X Plane 9 ( X-Plane 7 was a bit iffy compared to FS2004) I decided to run with X-plane 9 and later expanded to X-plane 10 in glorious 64bit. What a jaw dropping sim it is. There are plenty of freeware utilities, scenery airplanes and some of the best payware models available include JARDESIGN A320 Neo, FlightFactor's B777 Worldliner and B757 Professional. Not forgetting SSG B7478 Intercontinental, Heinz B787 Peter Hager A380 and EADT x737 project. Sorry if I missed out the others. There are some great regional models SSG Emb190, Ramzees SSJ100. But I must agree that my experience with FS2004 and FSX will put PMDG at the top of the list in my own opinion and will welcome anything that the PMDG team have to offer the X-plane community. X-plane is a developing project and Laminar Research are getting better and better at producing such a polished sim. MS have given up , I believe with MSFS. I would encourage any FS2004/FSX user to download the X-Plane 10 demo and have a play. Its great with a 64bit operating system running the 64bt version and mac and linux users are not left behind all 3 versions are on the boxed set of X-Plane 10. Not forgetting those who like Virtual Airlines, Worldwide Virtual is number 1 this month in the list of VA's and supports MSFS and X-plane. PMDG...cant wait. Mike Douglas EGGP