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  1. Hi - I have a 32" curved monitor I've been using for legacy FSX and Xplane and works just fine for me. With the new MS Flight Sim 2020 I'm thinking about adding another monitor to give me a larger view out the window. Eventually i'll add a third monitor but don't feel like dropping another $200 right now. Are curved monitors good for putting together or should i be using flat or another type of monitor if i'm looking to create a 3 screen setup? Any reason i shouldn't / can't do a 2 screen setup or do i need to just bite the bullet and do 3 screens? AOC C32G1 32" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1920x1080, VA panel, 1ms MPRT, 144Hz, FreeSync, DisplayPort/HDMI/VGA, VESA, black
  2. Sorry to hijack this thread but do you folks know if i can use the flight1 GTN650 with the Carenado Seneca (FSX) default g600 PFD? I've had a really hard time getting the RealityXP gns550 to work and just discovered Flight1's GTN which is what I've been looking for. Thanks
  3. Newbie here so please go easy if I should be in different forum... Been flying the carenado pa34 Seneca V with their g1000 and gns430 series. Upgraded to the reality xp gns530 today and got it installed and working. However I don’t think it’s talking to the g1000. On the MFD side the gps course isn’t showing and I’ve seemed to lost most graphics as if I’m on total declutter at all times. On the PFD side I had a localizer tuned in and it wasn’t showing. Any suggesti9ns?
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