This brand new sound pack for Boeing 757-200 models in FSX and FS2004 and includes many amazing new features which improve the experience when flying this machine high above the ground.
One of the many features this sound pack possesses is the unique quality of the RB-211 engine`s sound which is designed by every detail to precisely respond to the actual thrust put by the operator. Another benefit of this pack is that not only it has the engine sound, but also a lot of sounds on the plane itself with the purpose of creating an even more realistic situation.
The most famous are the fly by wind sounds which are being arranged according to the weather and the situation, the newly modified fresh cockpit sounds for all the buttons in it, like the Stall, Autopilot and others. And that is not even all-for this price you get other interesting miscellaneous sounds like the overspeed, wheel rumble and other.
A little about the machine itself - The Boeing 757-200 TSS and it is a relatively large type of aircraft which has big passenger capacity and two powerful engines. It is not one of the newest models but the machine has had quite a remarkable quality scores and proven itself over the years. Other interesting characteristics are the top speed of 6857 km/h when the plane is fitted with the almost complete level of passengers and is equipped with the Rolls Royce engines. The dimensions of the plane are 47,5 meters in length, 38 meters in width and 13,6 meters in height. It's peak has been the early 80`s when the demand for such type of machine increased and that put it in history.
For the price, you get all of the features mentioned above plus some bonuses in the sound environment of the airplane.
Turbine Sound Studios presents the Mighty 737-200 JT8D engine soundpack for Flight Simulator X and Flight Simulator 2004.
The thing about the 737-200`s engines are, that they make alot more noise, than the newer MD-8X series engines ( Due to noise restrictions ). You just gotta love that old high pitch whine. We have recorded that famous roar and whine... So your chance to control that noise yourself is here.
The twin-engine Boeing 737 was developed as a direct competitor of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 but did not fly until about 2 years after the latter's introduction. The 737 has been produced in two versions, the 737-100 and the 737-200. Except for 30 units, all the aircraft produced have been the 737-200 version, which is a stretched, higher capacity, and heavier aircraft than the 737-100. The total number of orders for the 737 was 978 by mid-1982, and the type is currently being manufactured at the rate of 8 per month.
The two engines are mounted under the wings in a manner similar to that of the 707. The proximity of the engine nacelles to the under surface of the wing highlights the problem, previously mentioned, incurred by the underwing engine location as the size of the aircraft is reduced. The desire to avoid a high-mounted horizontal tail, and its possible stability problems, apparently was largely responsible for the choice of this engine location instead of the aft-fuselage-mounted arrangement. The horizontal tail is located on the fuselage below the root of the vertical tail. The 737 uses basically the same Pratt & Whitney engines as those employed on the Boeing 727 and the McDonnell Douglas DC-9.