KrustyFM

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About KrustyFM

  • Birthday August 3

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  1. Hi everybody, in lack of a "soundcard" forum, I try to explain my request here . Please feel free to correct me. Since I plan to build my own simpit one thing bothers me: The too good sound quality using a microphone for e.g. "intercom" (two hedsets). Voices from the radio using e.g. pilots edge sound like the guy sits right next to you, it's a to clear sound . Out of the box and using the standard Windows settings real life radio and intercom just not sounds like the real thing. Windows 10 even can just raise the quality for its mic input but lowering it is not provided. I recall that Win95 had an option to set the sound quality to "telephone" which would be great here now. Does anyone know a little trick (software, settings etc.) to lower the sound quality just for the microphone and imcoming radio chatter? Appreciate any help :). Kind regards.
  2. Hi everybody, I'd like to introduce myself this way and say hello to you guys ot there :). Long story short, I startet my first virtual flying experience on an AMIGA 500 back in the late eighties and in my twenties I worked as an aircraft mechanic on airforce machines and also on GA planes like Cessna, Piper, Mooney etc. I'm in my early fourties now and after years of "flying" MSFS from version 98 on I again switched lanes and now X-Plane (10, now 11) supported with some addons (planes, scenery, realism tools...) provides the fun. Don't regret it. This year I found out about "On The Glideslope", got thrilled and now I plan to build something similar. Fot those who don't now about this, it's a nice basement simpit, great for single engine GA aircraft simulation like Cessna 172. Right now I'm doing a lot of research and I also gather desired hardware. With SketchUp I try to plan the cockpit itself. I test tools like Air Manager for a nice steam gauge panel and spadneXt to configure my already existing Saitek hardware the way I like and need it. Everything slowly comes together and in 2018 I'l start to bring everything together and build this thing. I don't rush things, since this is a hobby and I don't have any deadline to hold. But thrilled to build this thing I am :). Kind regards