|Serie||X52 Professional Hotas|
|Productafmetingen||31 x 40.3 x 16.8 cm; 2.35 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Nee|
|Besturingssysteem||Windows XP, XP64, Vista|
|Batterijen wel of niet meegeleverd||Nee|
Logitech G Saitek PRO Flight Rudder Pedals - Zwart
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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Realistisch. Vloeiend. Accuraat.
Voeg een cruciaal aspect van de pilootervaring aan je vluchtsimulatie-opstelling toe. Bedien het roer en de voetremmen van je vliegtuig met je voeten, net als in het echt.
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I flew solo back in the day, and had experience in flying various light aircraft including a glider, and once these were setup properly with my VR headset, and stick, it just brings it all back for me. Sure you don't have the vibrations, the smells, but this is as close to being there, short of being there once setup.
They also work well for driving games, minus a clutch, because they not only slide side-to-side (that's the rudder control) but you can also press them down individually (toe brakes in aircraft control, but easily accelerator/brake in a car/lorry/bus type sim). I have used them in eurotruck2 to do just that, and they work great.
So there are 3 axis here in total, the left/right slide, left toe brake, right toe brake. Every game allows for complete customization of each of these axis to control any given function/control in the game. You could configure the slide to be used as the accerlator and the right toe brake as the handbrake if you really wanted to - although i'm not sure why - but it shows you can do what you want with each axis.
They are very responsible, as far as I can tell, at least in my usage, each axis has 2000 "points" of granulation from each extreme left/right or up/down. That means very smooth control in every way, and having used them for a few weeks now, they are as precise as when I first got them - very important. The software that comes with the download also allows you to adjust the "curve" of the responsiveness, so they can be made less sensitive or more sensitive at different stages of physically pressing them. While at first this may sound like a minor bit of a gimmick, it's actually very very useful, for example, rudder - a perfect example. While not strictly realistic, I find having the rudder a little less responsive for the first 25% or so, allows for much finer/greater very minor adjustments in flight, and therefore the final 50-100% probably controls 70% of the total movement, which is reserved for more extreme manoeuvres, but each to their own, i thought it's a good addition and used it within a few days.
There is no force feed back, and if there was a way to improve these - that would be it. There's a big dial in the middle to turn to adjust how hard you push to get the pedals to move side-to-side, it just depends on preference and/or how hard you rest your feet on them when not wishing to press, but the quality of the product is good, thanks.
I would not recomend purchasing these pedals at the moment on amazon because there is a chanceare are old models. On newer pedals and on the logitech website, the circle in the middle of the tensioning dial is Blue however on these pedals it is black and in some picture it says Saitek. Logitech bought Saitek since 2016 so it is possible that these old models are being sold now due to the high demand following the release of MFS2020.
I just have to learn how to use the pedals properly. Left a bit, right a bit, brake, arrrggghhhh! :-)
The Tech support and Comfort categories are not relevant but I have o reason not to give 5*s.
I do have one slight not-really-a-complaint and that is that the tension can't be set quite low enough for my liking.
If you are looking for rudder pedals that have good food seperation then these will be ideal, otherwise; I urge you to look for a cheaper alternative if you are a casual flight sim hobbyist that doesn't care for these more expensive products on the market.
Something I must feel I have to note also, I have carpet flooring and these rudders just couldn't grip. The pedals would slide all over the floor and the only solution was to drill then into the floor board. I returned these and exchanged then with a cheaper alternative, tfrp by thrustmaster which immediately gripped to my carpet with no issues.