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While the device is okayyyy it is no stand out, a serious lack of updated drivers for 64 bit windows 10 systems really sucks. Just trying to find drivers for it to work with XP11 was a nightmare. Their website has drivers but they are not signed and are 32 bit versions. They also suffer from lack of build quality I often get sporadic changes in where i have a lever set for no reason which can cause issues. For the price you get what you pay for a mediocre throttle quadrant with poor drivers or customization. The real downside is due to supply issues plaguing anything tech related the past year, you have few options other then these. If you can afford to save up buying something like the Honeycomb Quadrant is a far better choice but way more expensive .
I would love this throttle if not few flaws. Cheap plastic and parts prone to malfunction, axis don't provide consistent result, quality of reverse buttons (one or more) is weak, some might stop working after a while, sometimes if you restart the device, they continue to work again but only to stop working at all very soon. It makes this throttle very limited in how you can use it and for quality you might need to play a roulette by buying/returning them until you get fairly working device. If you are lucky and you get a fully functional device then it can serve you well for a long time.
Works fine EXCEPT the inputs come back jittery. This isn't normally a big deal, but, in MS flight simulator, if you have one of the levers assigned to Trim and try to fly with the autopilot, the jittery inputs cause the autopilot to malfunction badly. (Autopilot is manipulating the trim for attitude adjustments, and the jitter from the physical hardware overrides the autopilot, making the plane unflyable with autopilot).
In situations where the jitter doesn't matter, it's fine (like throttle). But in situations where it does matter (autopilot+trim), it makes the joystick unusable. It's possible to work around this using external smoothing software, but, I shouldn't have to, and this pro joystick shouldn't have this level of jitter. And, there's no way to control for it using the built-in software (deadzones aren't meant for this kind of thing).
Kinda dissapointed in this one factor - everything else about the unit is great.
This throttle does the job. Makes a big difference in flight sims. I gave it three stars because the mounting clamp is flimsy and bends when you tighten it. As it bends it causes the throttle to tilt up or down. How this clamp made it into the final product is beyond me. The clamp should have been metal like other throttles. Other than that it's a good throttle for the money. It works flawlessly for me. Easy set up. Just go into your sim and map the switches to your liking.
Built cheap. One set I have had limit issues on the bottom of throttle switch tends and tends to loose connection after a long period of time like the usb isn’t getting enough power also mounting hardware isn’t that great for clamping kind of disapponting but for the price acceptable
All buttons and levers work for the most part but the integrity of the potentiometers that control the 3 levers is unsatisfactory in my opinion. There is no dampening feature for these levers which causes each position of the lever to constantly output a different position. If you were to use this quadrant with Microsoft Flight Simulator and lets say you were controlling throttle and mix with 2 levers, you will notice that the nobs in the cockpit are constantly buzzing or changing position due to the unstable output of the throttle quadrant levers. Mapping a lever to the flaps in a Cessna 172 will make this problem very apparent as you can hear the constant hum and tick of the flaps repositioning. Overall 3 out of 5. Looking for an upgrade. These aren't it.