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Aug 26, 2012, 10:05 AM
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I've been thinking of getting just the Phoenix software for the $129 then buying the DX6i, but now it's getting a little to expensive. Close to the $275 range for the pair. About $100 more than the Phoenix combo. I am tired of wrecking my plane though, so need a sim bad
I understand and can relate.

I have found a retailer that sells the '6 for about $135+ship.
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Aug 29, 2012, 03:33 PM
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Phoenix vs. Real Flight 6


My input on this subject, having just gone through the decision process recently, is that for helicopters, both are great however Phoenix has Blade helicopters available which are very popular purchases, whereas Real Flight does not. Had I realized this prior to purchase, I would have gone with Phoenix. Nothing wrong with the birds in RF however they are not the same ones I did, and most likely will continue to, purchase.

Just my 2 cents!
Aug 29, 2012, 05:25 PM
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RealFlight can have Blade helicopters. I believe some are available. Phoenix models are limited by what Phoenix wants you to have.
Sep 01, 2012, 03:31 PM
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Sep 05, 2012, 07:26 PM
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Another simulator to add to the list in the first post...


PRE-Flight RC Simulator for Planes, Helicopters, Blade/Walkera/Trex

(Upon further inspection the site is confusing. Either packages are not currently for sale or prospective buyers must belong to its Google Group. The sites last news update was January 20, 2012)
Last edited by ichiban; Sep 05, 2012 at 07:36 PM. Reason: (UPDATE)
Sep 05, 2012, 08:17 PM
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Hi everybody;

I have a question. The X-plane Flight Simulator program has model planes included in the Sim and I can fly them in the same way as any of the sims listed here but I'm using my standard flight sim controllers.
What I would like to know is can I hook my Lanyu 2.4ghz R/C controller (transmitter) to my computer to control the plane or is there another way I can accomplish the same result? I want to practice using the R/C controller of some kind and I already have what I listed above.
Or is there an inexpensive controller available to do the same thing.

Keep the blue side up.
I'll answer my own post here by saying No! You cannot use the Radio controller But! I purchased a Dynam USB flight sim controller and hooked it up to my computer and it works great with X-Plane 9 plus you can create your own planes using Plane Maker which is also included in the sim.
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Sep 09, 2012, 02:21 PM
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Please update the first page w/ a new link to FS One V2 here:
http://www.fsone.com/fs-one-v2/
Thanks.
ps Price is now $129.
Sep 17, 2012, 11:17 PM
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I didn't see this simulator in the list. It's from IKARUS and is called easyFly4. They are also the maker of the popular "AeroFly" sim.

It not only appears to be a great basic sim, but there's a $39.90 and $99 version, both of which include the transmitter. There's a non-transmitter version also. This sim is Windows-based only. (I emailed Ikarus yesterday asking about a Mac version. They advised there are no plans to make a native Mac OS X version.)

USA info link:
http://www.ikarus.net/index.php/en/f.../easyfly4.html

USA order link:
http://shop.ikarus-usa.com/easyfly-4/

Video review:
EasyFly 4 R/C Simulator From Ikarus, the German maker of Aerofly 5.7. (9 min 59 sec)
Last edited by TM70s; Sep 18, 2012 at 12:24 AM.
Sep 20, 2012, 10:03 PM
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Originally Posted by MSelig View Post
Please update the first page w/ a new link to FS One V2 here:
http://www.fsone.com/fs-one-v2/
Thanks.
ps Price is now $129.
Got it. Thanks!

Frank
Sep 20, 2012, 10:06 PM
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I didn't see this simulator in the list. It's from IKARUS and is called easyFly4. They are also the maker of the popular "AeroFly" sim.

It not only appears to be a great basic sim, but there's a $39.90 and $99 version, both of which include the transmitter. There's a non-transmitter version also. This sim is Windows-based only. (I emailed Ikarus yesterday asking about a Mac version. They advised there are no plans to make a native Mac OS X version.)

USA info link:
http://www.ikarus.net/index.php/en/f.../easyfly4.html

USA order link:
http://shop.ikarus-usa.com/easyfly-4/

Video review:
http://youtu.be/NpQaURDZ-ao
Yup, got that one already.

Thanks,

Frank
Sep 25, 2012, 01:26 AM
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deleted , unfortunately the post infringes the forums policy, having a link to a usb gadget for linking the TX to your PC the gadget works on a number of flight sims..

sorry... p.m. me if you are unclear here..
Last edited by davereap; Sep 26, 2012 at 02:56 AM.
Sep 25, 2012, 06:13 AM
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What a shame.
Sep 25, 2012, 09:02 AM
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What a shame.
I missed it was it anything exciting
Sep 26, 2012, 12:11 AM
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I want to learn how to fly a quadcopter and have never flown an rc model before.. jumping in at the deepend I spent a couple of days looking at some of the flight sims on offer and eventually went for Heli-X as this had a few quads to choose from but mainly because it had some training courses like popping balloons and moving balls between baskets. This made learning to fly on the pc a bit more interesting and the price is very reasonable 49 euro. I am using the e-sky control with it.

The ones I tried:
Heli-X - has training, multiple quads, auto levelling on quad
ClearView - lack of training exercises, no quad, liked the damage to models
FMS - gets boring, no training and very basic
FlightGear - no quads
R/C Desk Pilot - no quad

I was only looking at the ones that had demos so I could try and didn't want to spend too much
Sep 29, 2012, 05:13 PM
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Hey everyone. I bought the 2.4 Ghz version of the Dynam Hawk Sky from Nitroplanes.com (http://www.nitroplanes.com/60a-dy892...y-rtf-24g.html)

On the transmitter, there are two ports on each side. One looks like a charger port, and the other looks like a simulator port. Does anyone know if a simulator works with this, and if I can get the cable and download the software? Thanks


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