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Boeing 747 series Soundpack for FSX

Boeing 747 series Soundpack for FSX

Boeing 747 series Soundpack for FSX

Boeing 747 series Soundpack for FSX

SIZE (Mb) 93
PUBLISHER Turbine Sound Studios (MORE)
Price: $12.99
Delivery Options
Quantity 1 (this product is an instant download)

TSS is proud to announce the 2nd. Installment in the TSS Boeing 747 series Soundpack for FSX,( Also compatible with FS2004 ) this features the soundcones in FSX, so you can enjoy the sound from every angle.
With this soundpack,we have captured all the best soundmoments , and put them together, to combine a truly stunning representation of the Rolls Royce engines.

This soundpack works perfectly with the PMDG 747, so this would be a great sound upgrade for that. This soundpack can also be used with other Boeing 747 addon`s.

Besides the real high quality recordings of the engines, this sound also includes:

  • Custom Wind
  • Custom Gear
  • Custom flaps
  • Custom Autopilot
  • Custom Stall
  • Custom Overspeed
  • Custom wheel rumble
  • and ambient cockpit sound, just to bring the experience up, from within the cockpit.

RB211-524 series
Although originally designed for the L-1011-1, Rolls-Royce knew that the RB211 could be developed to provide greater thrust. By redesigning the fan and the IP compressor, Hooker's team managed to increase the engine's thrust to 50,000 lbf. The new version was designated RB211-524, and would be able to power new variants of the L-1011, as well as the Boeing 747.

Rolls-Royce had tried without success to sell the RB211 to Boeing in the 1960s, but the new -524 offered significant performance and efficiency improvements over the Pratt & Whitney JT9D which Boeing had originally selected to power the 747.

In October 1973 Boeing agreed to offer the RB211-524 on the 747-200, and British Airways became the first airline to order this combination which entered service in 1977.

Rolls continued to develop the -524, increasing its thrust through 51,500 lbf with the -524C, then 53,000 lbf in the -524D which was certificated in 1981. Notable airline customers included Qantas, Cathay Pacific and South African Airways. When Boeing launched the larger 747-400 still more thrust was required, and Rolls responded with the -524G rated at 58,000 lbf thrust and then the -524H with 60,600; these were the first versions to feature FADEC. The -524H was also offered as a third engine choice on the Boeing 767, and the first of these entered service with British Airways in February 1990.