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Yes, that size would be great, however most of those commercial monitors are 60hz and those that arent are many thousand $$$ each. I dont know what model they are using, but would 3 at 60hz be an issue? Also, what graphics cards and computing would be needed to run 3 of those monsters?
Did not take too much time to score a competitive time on HF/Alsjion combo. Exponentially i was getting better this time from an already decent starting point. Ivy's today was not that great, I believe the HF standard setup it is already very good, quick and stable, even the gears are for me on target. I needed just a little touch up toeing and softening the suspensions.
DYNT PB it is, as usual insanely fast and i believe it is top 10 ww so I expecting him to crash my time,on another note, today he is 2nd with is favourite pug on DD2, Just one sec. from the pork.. congrats!!
SimXperience went from 42" monitors up to 55" on their Stage 5 rigs as they felt it increased immersion due to the screens extending past your peripheral vision. They use Samsung commercial monitors with an 8mS response time.
here comes another handbrake / e brake mod for the Thrustmaster TX wheel on a XBONE.
My intention was to create a simple yet solid solution, and as there is an A button on the wheel base, I decided to tap that.
Step 1: Solder two extensions to those wires coming from the front right pcb, which are connected to the A button (brown and orange)
Step 2: Solder the extension wires to a 3.5mm jack socket, carefully drill a hole in the tx case and attach the socket in there.
Step 3: Get yourself a decent and hefty arcade style joystick with micro switches (search amazon for "BQLZR joystick"), bolt it to a piece of plywood and attach that to your rig (in my case a wheelstand pro).
Step 4: Solder two wires to a 3.5mm mono jack and connect the other ends to the corresponding microswitches.
Step 5: Plug in the jack, fire up Dirt Rallye, enjoy your drifts with your sub-$20 e brake!