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Thrustmaster 2960708 MFD Cougar Pack Flight Control Panels,Black
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- 2 programmable LEDs per MFD, to identify the MFD during programming.
- Multi-position, weighted, non-slip and detachable base
- 20 buttons + 4 switches per MFD = 48 programmable controls in total
- Multi-Function Display
- 3 pre-printed cardboard layouts with presets for Microsoft Flight Simulator
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English, French
- Product Dimensions : 32.99 x 6.5 x 15.01 cm; 1.08 Kilograms
- Release date : 1 September 2018
- ASIN : B002HH9TRY
- Item Model Number : 2960708
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2 Multifunctional Usb Cockpit Panel Replicas Of The U.S. Air Force F-16 Mfd; Backlighting For Buttons With Adjustable Intensity (Via The Software Or Manually); 20 Buttons + 4 Switches Per Mfd = 48 Programmable Controls In Total; 2 Programmable Leds Per Mfd To Identify The Mfd During Programming; Multi-Position, Weighted, Non-Slip & Detachable Base; Multifunction Display; 2 Plexiglas Windows Per Mfd To Insert 1 Of The 3 Pre-Printed Cardboard Layouts With Presets For Microsoft Flight Simulator X; Compatible With All Flight Simulation Games (Military Or Civil) Supporting Multi-Usb; Includes Cd With Plug & Play Presets For Microsoft Flight Simulator X & Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Dont let the plastic finish fool you into believing the quality of the product is low - like all Thrustmaster gear, the quality is excellent for the price point.
There are inserts for the panels which are gimmicky but turn them around and write on them your keybindings and theyre useful/helpful. The plastic over the inserts is gloss, no matte option (bummer), otherwise can place the inserts without the plastic covering.
All screws and screw holes are METAL - no metal in plastic/plastic in plastic - which is excellent for securing in a DIY simpit (which is what i did)... theyre very strong.
All up - for the price point you cant go wrong for that many buttons and switches vs a themed/custom button box.
Also ZERO compatibility issues on Windows 10 x64 in Elite Dangerous, FSX, IL2 or DCS.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 October 2019
They all work VERY, VERY well - no issues at all. But the downside is nothing to do with TM at all!
SO what's my beef? Well, with the T.H.R.U.S.T software it is easy to map three (or more, but for me three) controls to one button so even the dual joystick buttons aren't fully populated. I was thinking of doing away with the keyboard as one of these would fit on the board the joysticks are screwed to, but overall I rarely use the keyboard
So TM (AKA Guiullemot or something - good French company making what seems like quality stuff) get the five stars, but my brain only gets 4 because of the above.
When you search for this sort of issue online, it is rampant - what frustrates me is that Thrustmaster in the US seems to have a much better customer service than Europe!
- click bottom right hand option and click until you reach Joystick/Hotas
- then click the bottom left hand option, Advanced Controls Customisation.
- Now you set up the MFDs with the actions you want.
I use them in Star Citizen without the accompanied Target software and they just work.
Now if you hate the games that rely on SHIFT, CTRL and ALT shortcuts this pack of two MFD's will with practice make your live easier. The one thing to remember is how you group those commands together and how you label them once you've got a plan in mind.
Every time I thought I had the best layout for a variety of games, there's a better change to implement so I've held off creating printed button maps as I know things will change again shortly.
There's a lot of inputs to play with - sadly none of them analogue but as a compliment to a rig even one panel works well. I use one for the driving games as I can't easily reach my keyboard and one of the MFD's can reach perfectly on a side table without taking up too much space.