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  1. I'm in the same boat and doing the exact same thing. I'm just going to order them from 8020.net. Looks like the stock length is about 72", so I'm going to order a handful and cut them where needed.
  2. I noticed you have what appears to be velcro straps around some of the profiles to keep the cables in the channels. Have you considered using the t-slot covers that 8020.net provides, such as these: https://8020.net/40-2110.html? I remember you mentioning that you have most of the peripheral cables going under the base frame. How are you securing those? I don't see any straps around it.
  3. Sorry for such a long delay. Life really got in the way the last few weeks! Your concern about scratches is a legitimate one. Every joint that you make with a cut side against a coated side will leave a permanent mark. It's unfortunate, but ultimately not a major issue, since those joints will typically be permanent, or at least in areas that are hard to see. I feel like MT could get around that issue if they coated the ends of their profiles, but that would be a big cost to them. If I had known ahead of time, I would have bought some thin rubber sheeting to put between the joints.
  4. I finally found time to post pictures of my rig. Check it out:
  5. After deciding my flight sim gear needed a permanent place to live (aside from a box in the closet, untouched for the last 4 years after having children) I decided to pull the trigger on a MonsterTech MTX rig. Ten years ago, after having purchased a TM Warthog HOTAS and Saitek ProFlight Combat Rudder Pedals, I dreamed of having a dedicated cockpit to house all of it (including my triple-monitor setup and TrackIR,) instead of pulling it out from a box and plopping it on my desk whenever I wanted to play DCS or BMS. Sadly, that never happened. As I alluded to, children ca
  6. I'd like to be able to run my JetSeat in sound mode for casual games without using headphones. My game audio goes to an AVR (through HDMI), and right now it seems in order to be able to use the JetSeat in sound mode, I have to plug the JetSeat into the AVR's headphone out, and plug headphones into the female port on the JetSeat. Is it possible to plug the JetSeat into the LFE out on the AVR using an RCA/3.5mm adapter, or is there another way to get audio through the speakers and still have the JetSeat receive the audio signal?
  7. Does anybody know if it's possible to connect the JetSeat in sound mode to the sub output on an AVR with an RCA to 1/8" adapter? I'd like to be able to continue using my speakers for normal frequencies and the JetSeat for LFE with games that don't support USB sound data.
  8. Sounds like planning for the future worked out. What are the specs of your new FNW? EDIT: Nevermind, I see it in your sig. Let us know how the 3090 does in DCS VR with the G2!
  9. I just want to give a shout out to Andre for his excellent customer service and speedy delivery. My JetSeat shipped within a couple days of ordering, and I received it after a little over a month here in the US. I got the software activated and the pad set up, and everything seems to be in order in the few minutes I've spent with it so far!
  10. I just want to give a shout out to Andre for his excellent customer service and speedy delivery. My JetSeat shipped within a couple days of ordering, and I received it after a little over a month here in the US. I got the software activated and the pad set up, and everything seems to be in order in the few minutes I've spent with it so far!
  11. My MT rig finally shipped. Should be getting it Friday!
  12. Ah, I see. It's been over a decade since I played BMS, but I do remember the dynamic campaign being quite impressive. I'm surprised it took DCS this long to do something similar.
  13. I'm not familiar with the mod/campaign, but I'm curious how Liberation makes the MFDs less necessary. I mostly fly A-10C, and direct access to the MFDs sure comes in handy.
  14. Do you only play DCS/Flight sims in VR now? What headset do you use? I purchased the left/right brackets for my MFDs with the intention of mounting them directly to the center stick profile to see if it works there before buying additional profiles to raise it to a more reasonable height. I plan on getting a VR headset (leaning toward Reverb G2) so I'm not sure how often I'll use the MFDs once I do. I used to use TrackIR years ago before I moved my gaming PC to my basement to use as an HTPC. The only display I have to hook my rig up to right now is a 75" Sony XBR-X900F mounted relatively hi
  15. Nice. This one is mine: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001892SRK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1 Surprised yours was shipped fully assembled. Mine came in a relatively small box since the two pieces were stacked.
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