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Old 10-10-2019, 08:11 PM   #11
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I use the T16000m, throttle and stick and I have no problems. I do plan on upgrade to the Warthog stick but that is just so I can have more buttons on the stick itself and not the base. I love the responsiveness of the T16000 stick as it uses the same sensor as the Warthog. No complaints here. The throttle can be weird for some since it slides back and forth instead of around a pivot point, but I didn't have any issues there.
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Old 10-10-2019, 09:05 PM   #12
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I use the T16000m, throttle and stick and I have no problems. I do plan on upgrade to the Warthog stick but that is just so I can have more buttons on the stick itself and not the base. I love the responsiveness of the T16000 stick as it uses the same sensor as the Warthog. No complaints here. The throttle can be weird for some since it slides back and forth instead of around a pivot point, but I didn't have any issues there.

Good to know! Of all the reviews and suggestions I read between the X52/X56 and the TM, the TM wins out every time. It's a shame that Logitech stuff is breaking, because their stuff looks so similar to the real thing.
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Purchased! Thanks for all the input guys!
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Old 10-11-2019, 09:58 AM   #14
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I love the responsiveness of the T16000 stick as it uses the same sensor as the Warthog.
I have to note that while it might have the same HAL effect sensor measuring the axis positions, the gimbal itself, while itself not a high quality one on the Warthog, presumably has a much better handling.

E.g. I have the older T16000 stick (the non HOTAS edition) that I use for old space sims and I find it too stiff to control precisely around the center area making slight aim adjustments needlessly hard as I keep overcompensating.

I kind of remember that the X52 Pro felt much easier around the center (though it's gimbal design was bad) though it was a long time ago and I gave it away so can't try it out again.
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