- TSS Boeing 737 CFM56-7b HD FSX
Turbine Sound Studios is proudly presents the TSS Boeing 737NG CFM56-7B HD Soundpack for FSX
With this soundpack,we have captured all the best soundmoments , and put them together, to combine a truly stunning representation of the CFM56-7B.
This soundpack can be used with other 737NG`s addon`s than the Overland Boeing 737 in the promotional video.
The soundpack has been tested with the following Boeing 737`s :
All enginesounds are recorded few feet away from the engines of CimberSterling & Primera 737`s
Besides the real HD recordings of the engines, this sound also includes:
* Custom Soundcones
* Custom Wind
* Custom Gear
* Custom flaps
* Custom Autopilot
* Custom Stall
* Custom Overspeed
* Custom wheel rumble
and ambient cockpit sound, just to bring the experience up, from within the cockpit.
As a new feature, you will be able to have an external APU sound running, also with implemented soundcones CFM56-7 series.
The CFM56-7 powers the Boeing 737 Next Generation series (737-600/-700/-800/-900). The CFM56-7 is rated with takeoff thrust from 18,500 to 27,300 lbf (82 kN to 121 kN).
It has higher thrusts, improved efficiency, and lower maintenance costs than its predecessor, the CFM56-3 series. It incorporates many features from the CFM56-5 series such as FADEC, double annular combustor and improved internal design. Mechanical arrangement is as in -3 series, but the fan diameter is increased to 61.0in.
The CFM56-7-powered 737 is granted 180-minute Extended-Range, Twin-Engine Operations (ETOPS) approval by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. It also powers the military versions of the Next-Generation 737, the C-40 Clipper, the P-8 Poseidon, and Boeing 737 AEW&C.
Leading particulars for the -7/B18 are: bypass ratio 5.5, overall pressure ratio 32.7, airflow 677lb/s, net thrust 19500lbf.
The CFM56-5B/5C/7 use essentially the same HP core. HP parts are dimensionally identical among the 5B/5C/7 although may or may not have different part numbers (source is ESM - Engine Shop Manual). Double annular combustor (DAC) is minority; most engines are SAC.