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Thread: Setting up a Buttkicker (or other transducers)

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    That fixed everything for me with the exception of Simple Radio. It is still giving me the error:

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    Does that happen with every combination of input and output?

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    Well, I am a complete moron. I dragged the executable out of the install folder and that was what was giving me errors. I put it back and then created a shortcut and now I can preview my audio just fine. I haven't tested the servers yet but I'm sure that will be fine as well. I am almost back to active flight status!

    Thanks Gliptal!

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    I finally managed to do my first flight with the ButtKicker, and it was quite the experience. I'm still not entirely satisfied with the volume levels, so I'll test more before posting my settings.

    It's not a game changer like the TIR or the Oculus, but it adds to the immersion, is a cool feeling, and can be quite useful as well (e.g. I could judge the taxi speed by the frequency of the bumps). The Simshaker module's effects are very well made, I can swear I can hear the difference between the left and right main gear locking up even if it's impossible (I have a single unit and it accepts mono input only). One thing I expected and didn't get was an increasing rumble with an increase of Gs though.

    One question: can the amplifier remain in standby (orange/red light) when not used for a few days, or should I switch it off entirely with the power switch?

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