An Insane Flight Sim Upgrade
The BRUNNER CLS-E Rudder is something Steve from G-LOC MEDIA has been happy to review, even though he was never sure if a Force feedback rudder even makes sense.
Take a look at his first impression, looking at the build quality and most importantly, experiences how it feels to fly.
What Steve says about it:
Brunner Flight Sim products sit in a very unique space. They’re one of the few companies making force feedback flight simulation products. In this review, I’ll be looking at the Brunner CLS-E MK II Force Feedback Rudder Pedals. This video is a follow-up to my Brunner CLS-E Rudders First Impressions video.
Upgrade your BRUNNER device today, activate DirectX FFB, and get ready to redefine your gaming experience with the power of Force Feedback technology. The future of immersive gaming has arrived.
Using a BRUNNER flight simulator joystick with force feedback can help pilots improve their skills, as it allows for more precise control over the aircraft and helps them to develop a better understanding of the forces and movements involved in flight.
It also provides a more immersive experience for aviation enthusiasts who enjoy simulating the experience of flying different types of aircraft.
If you want to fly like a pro, you need a BRUNNER Force Feedback Joystick.
A BRUNNER flight simulator yoke with force feedback is a specialized input device that provides a more realistic simulation of aircraft controls. The yoke resembles the steering wheel of an aircraft and is used to control pitch and roll.
Force feedback technology adds physical resistance to the yoke movements, providing tactile cues that simulate the sensations of flying an aircraft.
It is also be a valuable tool for aviation enthusiasts who enjoy simulating the experience of flying different types of aircraft.
The BRUNNER CLS-E Rudder pedals are a type of specialized input device used by aviation enthusiasts and pilots in flight simulation. The rudder pedals resemble the foot pedals found in aircraft and are used to control yaw, or the rotation of the aircraft around its vertical axis.
CLS rudder pedals are designed to provide a realistic simulation of aircraft controls, offering precision control and smooth, responsive movements. They are often used in combination with other flight simulation input devices, such as a yoke or joystick, to provide a comprehensive simulation of the aircraft’s controls.