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Classic radio for classic cockpit?


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Firstly thank you for classic cockpit!

Not even priority, just wish (if it could be possible). The old Taifun has a Radio Comm (B1+).¬†Missing this feature in the cockpit right now a little. When I fly it is quite quiet and there is no one to talk to ūüėČ.¬†I'm absolutely not saying it's a bug, but it would just be nice to have it. Radio Comm was marked (Im not sure 100%) on this place marked yellow arrow below front panel or (maybe) on the left wall. It looks like radio with presets, that is, the frequencies were set on the ground by crew. It cold be nice to have something like this if the classic cockpit will be choosen on the tablet.¬†It may look different, be done in the old form, with frequencies + power "on/off".¬†Currently you cannot use ATC with MSFS in classic.

Like I said, it would be nice to have, its not an issue.

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I will try to find out something, I suspect it may be similar in Fi-156 and early Bf-109E. Certainly option B will be hard to do in MSFS, because it was the ground crew who set everything before the flight, and the pilot from the cockpit only presses presets like A, B, C, D, E, e.g. Under this, specific frequencies were assigned. But maybe there could be a compromise for users ;).

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I've searched a bit, but it's not that simple. I think I've come across a simple radio with presets buttons (marked yellow) in this photo above, but I honestly can't document it in any way. I cant find more info about it. Maybe in the future. It seems a bit improbable that in 1937 Taifun didn't have any radio, the Germans had it quite well mastered, but oh well. Perhaps most did not actually have a radio for external communications.

The only idea which I have is to hide something in a drawer. As you can see, its nothing new ;). 

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This is example from Taifun of CH from FSX:

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simple comm radio was hiding too.

BUT I know, it could be bigger problem because it would require more interference than I initially thought, so it's your decision. We can also live without a Comm radio ;).

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