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  • LH-B744
    replied to Don't be afraid to dream BIG
    Encore (dt.: Zugabe)? I must confess, jetphotos are a rather optical matter, and since I am here I have learned alot about cameras. But at least our simulator section also lives through the sound. Since I am here, I have never seen that anyone had asked what I use to get a good sound out of Randazzo's LH-B744. AKG K 240 MK II could be one answer (in case you needed a good reason to call Santa Claus). That device also is fun with the following weblink.
    5 engines are useless if you don't know how to use them. Again and I swear for the last time for today as (offtopic) part of my recommendations, Mr Elliott on his favorite 5 engined toy:
    The 5 Manual Mormon Tabernacle Organ /w Elliott at the keys - God rest Ye, merry Gentlemen

    Must be quite a good toy (for adults) where you can play Hummelflug by Rimski-Korsakov on the lower registers and at the same time God rest Ye on the white keys. My respect to the pilot of that...
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  • LH-B744
    replied to Don't be afraid to dream BIG
    My last French school lesson was... not yesterday, definitely not. So far away back in the years, that I probably would need 5-10 minutes to construct a French sentence, with at least 5-10 mistakes in it.

    But I know some words which will always stay the same between Le Bourget and Lohausen. Le papa Noel. Which is a word, which even on Salt Lake City Intl airport is known.

    The internet does not always contain all the versions of a song which I know. I have this choir in mind without so many strings, and with alot more energy, and with the organ. And without that I share that special section of our believe. But I love big choirs with a big organ.

    The Mormon Tabernacle Choir of Salt Lake City - The First Noel (this time without the organ)

    Musique pour le premier Avent.
    I definitely should speak French more often. With you, Killian?

    It is definitely not like using le vélo....
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2020-11-23, 04:04. Reason: 5 engines.

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  • LH-B744
    replied to Don't be afraid to dream BIG
    Yes. And I really love you for what you write here on our platform, beginning with your very first forum entry back then in 2012. There definitely are men who should be here more often, and there are jetphotos Juniors who somewhen regret their words. You definitely belong to the 'should be here more often' group!!

    Member since more than eight years, with only 16 entries. That's not so very much, 2 entries per year. Nevertheless, without tryin to find help in your profile, weren't you the French man in the cockpit of a twin engine turbopropeller? Don't tell me lies, I have a pretty decent remembrance when it comes to names of jetphotos members...

    PS: Call me a brain monster, but I knew it without lookin it up in your profile. France....
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2020-11-23, 02:19. Reason: Good people stay in my mind. France.

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  • ... Come on all you administrators, one or two words offtopic must be allowed. Now that we have Santa Clauses phone number.

    He always comes with this song, doesn't he. ...Horses horses horses horses ....

    Perry Como - Jingle Bells . And if you've also wondered (like me) how old this song is. Year 1957 (!) .

    I wish for all of us a pretty nice rest of the November. And for all German speaking jetphotos members, with this song, einen schönen ersten Advent. Horses horses.

    PS: And... today I like to continue another tradition which I began with Mr. Obama, here on this platform. How do you say happy birthday to the next President of the United States. Keep it rather simple, right. Happy Birthday, Mr Biden.
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2020-11-23, 01:04. Reason: Happy Birthday!

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  • For a short moment, I like to come back to my entry # 60 here in this topic. With msfs X in combination with Randazzo's LH-B744, I reach 72 fps . That's a number which all of us can only dream of in combination with msfs 2020 .

    Afaik, the German gamestar magazine, which is the only game magazine which I sometimes buy, has tried the msfs 2020 with not less than the following cpu 'rocket', and they were not able to reach 30 fps (!):
    Intel i9-9900, which again runs on an 1151 main board.

    PS: At gamestar, they use a slightly different screen resolution (dt.: Bildschirmauflösung) than me.
    I fly my fsx with Full HD (i.e. 1080p).
    Afaik, gamestar dared and tried the new msfs 2020 with 4K (!) . What can I say. You can try it, but then, live with less than 30 fps.
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2020-11-23, 00:00. Reason: 4K and 1151, that's Santa Clauses phone number isn't it

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  • Together with Gabriel, I agree on the circumstance that msfs 2020 (again) is a cpu eater (dt.: cpu Fresser), and, that both of us don't own (yet) a computer which even would be able to start that shiny new simulator.

    Microsoft himself has published the cpu which at least would be able to open msfs 2020. Nobody guarantees us that this cpu is able to produce pictures in motion. As I understand it, for pictures in motion, something above 20 fps, together with msfs 2020, you need something completely different.

    This is a German weblink, but, if really needed, I'm able to translate:

    Ihr Gerät muss alle Mindestanforderungen erfüllen, um dieses Produkt öffnen zu können:
    [In English: Your computer must fulfil all the following system requirements to open the program 'msfs 2020']

    Intel i5-4460 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 . Which I don't have, none of those.

    My question is,...
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2020-11-22, 22:51. Reason: an 1151 main board

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  • Wow. There are Newspapers in Germany where this one is not the #1 news (!) today. ...

    Yes. Finally, Berlin again has an airport. In my eyes it is astonishing that they did not close Tegel (TXL) before they finally opened Neu Schönefeld, called BER.

    More than 14 years, and that BER is no longer brandnew, or is it. If I had made a daughter in September 2006, now she would be 14! Which means, in 4 or 5 years I could have been a grandfather, theoretically...
    But in my eyes, 47 is a little bit young to be called opa , isn't it.

    Back on topic. More than 14 years, and only 2 runways after all. Until last Friday they had 4 runways in Berlin. But somebody said, let's permanently close 2 of them. So. Since a few hours, TXL - ICAO EDDT - does no longer exist as an airport for commercial flights.

    Beratungsresistent, in English, resistant to all suggestions which come from people who live near an unimportant airport with a 95 year history (soon)....
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