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    Cockpit Master CDU

    Hi All,

    I'm looking at picking up the cockpit master CDU for the MSFS 737, (if I can get one to the UK). What's people thoughts?

    Thanks
    Joe
    Joe Colehouse

    #2
    It's expensive but I really enjoy it. Was easy to setup and use and fun to use.
    Yoshi Elder

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    • EasternT3
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      Thank you.

    #3
    Works great apart from an occasional delayed or no response. Updates have improved the response however.
    Attached Files


    Capt. Jason Wannamaker - ATPL B737
    https://www.twitch.tv/captainbandages/

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    • EasternT3
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      Thank you, awesome setup!

    • rondon9898
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      Jason that setup is unbelievable - kudos to you, Sir.

    #4
    Makes the 737 much nicer to use. I use it for P3D and MSFS, same software bride that connects it to the plane.
    Dean Salman

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    • EasternT3
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      Thank you.

    #5
    Using it and very pleased with it. I had no issues up to know and I like the only one USB cable does all solution
    Chris Makris (Olympic260)
    PMDG Technical Support
    http://www.pmdg.com

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    • EasternT3
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      Thanks Chris.

    #6
    Recommended. No issues!
    Tero Partanen

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    • EasternT3
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      Thank you!

    #7
    I bought one second-hand, and I love it. I use Spad to connect, but the standard software is also fine. The look and feel of the unit are excellent and sturdy, and it definitely adds to the immersion. I also like being able to access key data without changing my cockpit view.
    Dan Jaffe

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    • EasternT3
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      Thanks Dan

    #8
    Agreed with all above. I use it with SPAD. Great addition.

    John Wilkins

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    • EasternT3
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      Thanks John

    #9
    After reading the comments on this post, I decided to order one. It should be here (Canada) in about a week. And there was no shipping charges. So far the service, and communication with Nancy have been great. It’s definitely a positive sign. And the fact that you guys like the product is a major bonus.
    Oh yes, apparently they will have a MCP/EFIS combo available in October.
    Cheers
    Richard Simoneau

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    • Yoshua
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      They say what the price will be for the MCP/EFIS?

    • Ricsim
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      I haven't asked. My guess is that it will be reasonable.

    #10
    Just bumping this thread to thank the people who have recommended the CDU. I just received it. It’s a fantastic piece of hardware, and installation and integration with the 737 couldn’t be easier. I’m very glad I ordered one. It’s going to be a great addition to flying the 737. Looking forward to their MCP/EFIS.
    Cheers
    Richard Simoneau

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