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    737 NGXu trim wheel without sound

    Hi guys, I noticed that the 737 NGXu trim does not emit any sound. I also searched in the audio settings, yet I found nothing.
    Is this a bug or what? And yes, in the real 737 the trim makes a lot of noise, and I know from personal experience..

    The 737 PMDG is a spectacular product but this lack kills the immersion.

    Mario Paglione
    Last edited by travissgrey; 03Feb2020, 17:41.

    #2
    Hi i have the sound are you using the default panel state
    Wayne Such

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      #3
      Originally posted by Jetman View Post
      Hi i have the sound are you using the default panel state
      Nope..
      I have my own panel state, however I also tried the others by default and I still don't hear any sound from the trim.

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        #4
        Originally posted by travissgrey View Post

        Nope..
        I have my own panel state, however I also tried the others by default and I still don't hear any sound from the trim.
        What about your other aircraft and have you checked different settings in p3d sound?You could also delete your p3d cfg file and see if that helps.
        Danny Z.Cebis

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          #5
          I don't have trim sound as well, but i was under impression that it's new feature, not a bug
          DMITRIY TOROPOV (G-YMML)

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            #6
            Originally posted by G-YMML View Post
            I don't have trim sound as well, but i was under impression that it's new feature, not a bug
            Well, that’s weird. I don’t think that it’s a new feature, because some users told me they have the sound..

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              #7
              I use the Yoke trim switch on my yoke.
              If I just do a quick up or down trim there is an unheard trim wheel sound.
              But, if I hold the trim switch up (or down) for continuous trim wheel operation I get the normal sounds.
              Vaughan Martell KDTW

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                #8
                Originally posted by von View Post
                I use the Yoke trim switch on my yoke.
                If I just do a quick up or down trim there is an unheard trim wheel sound.
                But, if I hold the trim switch up (or down) for continuous trim wheel operation I get the normal sounds.
                I concur, RW 73 pilots may help here. If you just make one single quick touch to the rocker switches, do you hear something? Thank you
                Sergio Naiberg

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                • WN737
                  WN737 commented
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                  Yes. Filler for character count.

                #9
                The new trim sound is quieter and not a clicker like the NGX. You are probably just not hearing it, but it is definitely there just a different version. From videos I have seen it's still realistic
                Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                  #10
                  The trim wheel sound works. But it appears the trim start and end sounds aren't used so far even though they are in the sounds folder. Instead, the trim wheel sound fades in and out, so when you click the trim briefly, it will be hard to hear until they start using the start/end sounds.
                  Santiago Vegega

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                  • MeatServo
                    MeatServo commented
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                    I noticed this too. My instinct is to check to to make sure its not running away the way it currently sounds.

                  #11
                  It’s a k own issue already reported on another thread ages ago and pmdg words are they will look into it if you people look for the post it’s somewhere there
                  Duarte Vieira

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