For those looking for the utmost level of realism in simulating the wonderful and terrifying F-16 Fighting Falcon in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, look no further than this sound pack. Naturally, in a simulation, one looks for the highest level of detail. This should not stop at the just the textures of the plane or jet and how they handle, but this should also extend to the sounds that the aircraft actually makes in real life.
One should not settle for the weak and wimpy sounds that are essentially placeholder sounds, when the best quality of sound is available right here in this sound pack. The great thing about this pack is the level of detail that the creators have gone to, ensuring that from takeoff, to kicking in the afterburners and hitting top speed, and landing the aircraft, every detail is captured. Even the sounds of the high-tech computer systems contained in the F-16. So now, not only will you have the ultimate in fighter-attack jet technology connected to your joystick, your sound system will be able to put out the highest quality sound imaginable as you fly this fearsome falcon high above.
The king of the skies, the F-16, has often been a target for simulation in a variety of products put out over the years, but never before have the sounds of the F-16 been captured as accurately as they have with this sound pack. It will seem as if you are right inside the jet as it takes off from the runway and climbs up to 30,000 feet above the ground, ready to dogfight any opponent.
So if you have any love for the F-16 and want the most accurate sounds available on the market for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, then look no further than the great sound pack available here for the scourge of the skies, the F-16.
TSS is proud to announce the arrivel of the F-16 PW-F-100 Soundpack for FS2004
Every aspect of the F-16 is captured in this soundpack, from simulated APU start to the bleedair startup. From the high wizz at idle,to the roaring afterburners!!! This soundpack is truly stunning.
The Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon is an American multirole jet fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics
for the United States Air Force. Designed as a lightweight fighter, it evolved into a successful multirole aircraft.
The Falcon's versatility is a paramount reason it was a success on the export market, serving 24 countries.
The F-16 is the largest Western fighter program with over 4,000 aircraft built since production started in 1976.
Though no longer produced for the US Air Force, it is still produced for export. In 1993, General Dynamics sold its aircraft manufacturing business to the Lockheed Corporation, which in turn became part of Lockheed Martin after a 1995 merger with Martin Marietta.
The Fighting Falcon is a dogfighter with innovations including a frameless, bubble canopy for better visibility,
side-mounted control stick to ease control while under high g-forces, and reclined seat to reduce the effect of g-forces
on the pilot. It was also the first fighter aircraft to be deliberately built to sustain 9-g turns.
It has a thrust-to-weight ratio greater than one, providing enough power to climb and accelerate vertically - if necessary.
Although the F-16's official name is "Fighting Falcon", it is known to its pilots as the "Viper",
Type Multirole fighter
Manufacturer General Dynamics
Maiden flight 2 February 1974
Introduction 17 August 1978
Primary users United States Air Force
Turkish Air Force
Israeli Air Force
Egyptian Air Force
Number built ~4,200
Unit cost US$14.6 million (F-16A/B)
US$18.8 million (F-16C/D) in 1998
PLEASE NOTE : Sound quality is greatly reduced in the promotion video