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No engine noise when viewing aircraft outside the cockpit

When I activate the button to get an outside view of the aircraft there is no engine noise at all. As you take off you can hear the wheels making a noise on the strip but when the aircraft lifts there is no engine noise whatsoever. There is plenty of engine noise in the cockpit when I change the view to inside.

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  • alexander_ir Jan 15, 2009

    I also have FS2004 and the outside noise of the engine on all aircraft works perfectly. On FSX it is completely silent

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Maybe your 're to far away from the engine and you cant hear it, even in real. but i dont think yhats it. check your audio settings.

i cant think of anything better, maybe u just need a patch...


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Posted on Jan 15, 2009

  • kilbem99 Jan 16, 2009

    ok, srry i didnt help



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Thats just the way the design it it does the same for me it isnt wrong.

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