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GrAnit

Sound problem

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When I fly aircraft, the sound coming from my vehicle is rotated 90 deg to the right.  So if I turn right, the engine sound is the loudest, if I turn left the engine sound is the  quietest.  External sounds are not rotated.

Any idea if this is a problem with my set up or is it a bug?   I have had this happen for at least two years, over which I have reinstalled the game multiple times and did a full upgrade on my computer.  Any suggestions to fix?

 

 

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I haven’t noticed it in twin engine aircraft, but I can check.  Trucks also, but I think not all.  I will do a check on all the vehicles when I am back from traveling this week and provide s more comprehensive assessment on the problem vehicles.

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It turns out that the problem is with my speakers, no my headset.  Must be something on my end.

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Well, that stinks but if its just a headset, at least thats not so bad (well, if we are talking just a normal wired headset?)

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Yes.  I am going to look at my speaker setup in windows to see if I can fix it there.

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