View Full Version : VOX ATC
05-18-2006, 12:13 AM
Anybody using VOX ATC ?? Some opinions would be great..
05-18-2006, 06:42 AM
It's okay as far as it goes, it won't control AI traffic however so you have really to disable it, otherwise you will find AI completely ignores your presence, this can lead to some 'interesting' moments. From what I've seen on the whole RC4 is better which is why I've gone for it over and above being able to actually talk to ATC.
05-18-2006, 12:01 PM
I´ve read awful reviews on the other forum about this software...go check it and see by yourself, but after reading those posts, I´m glad I just wento for RC4!
05-18-2006, 01:14 PM
I reviewed this product for AVSIM shortly after its FS2004 release and really like it myself. I am currently using the deluxe version with ATT voices. As a real pilot I really have tried to put together a home simulation that doesn't involve using keystrokes and/or mouseclicks so I don't learn any unwanted habits when actually flying. This program in conjunction with TrackIR, CH Products Yoke/Pedals/Quadrant and an Aerosoft ACP Compact have pretty much got me there (see the shot of it in my Triplehead2go review).
I recently had Robert Strickland, the director of the Centers for Airway Science (http://www.airwayscience.org/) over to my house to view my sim setup and he really liked the addition of the VoxATC program. So much that he is planning to use the program in a couple of his locations.
You can download the demo version and use it for thirty days for flights between the three enabled airports to try for yourself. Try it on your system to see how well it works and how you like it.
05-18-2006, 01:23 PM
>I´ve read awful reviews on the other forum about this
>software...go check it and see by yourself, but after reading
>those posts, I´m glad I just wento for RC4!
Yes... there is a negative post about this product on the "other" forum from someone that didn't do very much research and had some expectations about the program that weren't met. Had that person read my review and/or visited the VoxATC site he would have had a very clear picture of what the program will and will not do (you can veiw/download the entire manual on their site). The original post is almost a year old now but keeps resurfacing, many times with off topic responses but certainly keeps the original title in people's minds when they see it again.
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