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Something you might not be aware of:


"Attention: the good return to high regime of a sound file sometimes depends on certain values of the flight model." by: 'Solobo' ( Frederic BOURMAUT)


I imagine his PW sound set might do for the HE-111. I don't think you NEED to get a 4 engine sound set to enjoy this model. I don't...and I am stickler for engine SOUND... and I do think it's VERY important.

Chuck B


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I don't think you NEED to get a 4 engine sound set to enjoy this model.

Obvious, as the He-111 is a twin...


I don't care that much about sound (hearing nothing one sided, so I don't even know what stereo sounds like).


Two observations nevertheless:

- as malcott points out: who can judge the sound of historical aircraft, of which very few have survived the task they were designed for?

- discussing the He-111 sound is useless unless specifying the subtype. All mayor German engine builders of the era (Junkers, BMW, Daimler-Benz) have at one point powered some type of Heinkel 111.



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