| Does anybody know where I can find some online resource, explaining how to
| connect a FF6 via USB to use with a simulator. I know there are easier ways,
| but I enjoy the learning process.
You buy an adapter. Of course, it's possible to make one yourself,
but it's not a simple matter. (Making a parallel port interface for
use with FMS is, but a USB adaptor is not.)
One such vendors is http://www.tti-us.com/sim/prod-USB.html . I'm sure
google could find you more if you looked.
Doug McLaren, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Refer to the Multiplex site
refer to http://www.multiplexusa.com/FlightSimulator.htm
the Hitec USB adaptor may fit that model TX if round type buddy box plug -
may need to change fitting to a square type. - site also has free FMS
Many add-ons for FMS also available at http://home.introweb.nl/~erics/fms/planes.htm
see also Hacker models for FMS at foot of page -
http://www.hacker-model.cz/indexuk.htm (not free)
see also the build your own Buddy box links, cables and simulators at
Alan's Hobby, Model & RC Web Links
Thankyou for that, it is just what I'm looking for, unfortuantly google
language tools cant make a good job of translating it for me, but I'm
travelling to Frankfurt next week to visit my Father, who used to be a TV
engineer, so I'm sure I can get some help translating.
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