TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack1

TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack

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  • TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack1
  • TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack1
  • TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack1
  • TSS - DC-10 Sound Pack1

Turbine Sound Studios proudly presents the TSS DC-10 GE-CF6 HD Soundpack for FS2004 With this soundpack,we have captured all the best soundmoments , and put them together, to combine a truly stunning representation of the mighty GE CF6-50 engines.

This soundpack was developed for the CLS DC-10, but can be used with other addon`s than the CLS DC-10 in the promotional video. Though small variables can occur.

All enginesounds are recorded few feet away from the engines of Biman and FedEx DC-10`s

Besides the real HD 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.
New option is a running APU sound.

The DC-10 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane, powered by three turbofan engines.
Two engines are mounted on pylons that attach to the bottom of the wings, while the third engine is encased in a protective banjo-shaped structure that is mounted on the top of the rear fuselage. The vertical stabilizer, with its two-segment rudder, is mounted on top of the tail engine banjo.
The horizontal stabilizer and its four-segment elevator, is attached to the sides of the rear fuselage in the conventional manner.
The airliner has a retractable tricycle landing gear. To enable higher gross weights, the later -30 and -40 series have an additional two-wheel main landing gear, which retracts into the center of the fuselage.
The CF6-50 series are high-bypass turbofan engines rated between 51,000 and 54,000 lb (227.41 to 240.79 kN) of thrust.
The CF6-50 was developed into the LM5000 industrial turboshaft engines.
It was launched in 1969 to power the long range McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, and was derived from the earlier CF6-6.
In late 1969, the CF6-50 was selected to power the then new Airbus A300.
Air France became the launch customer for the A300 by ordering six aircraft in 1971.
In 1975, KLM was the first airline to order the Boeing 747 powered by the CF6-50.
This led further developments to the CF6 family such as the CF6-80.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 April, 2012.
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