With beta testing beginning this week, the DreamFleet Baron 58 is the logical follow-up to their award-winning Beech A36, and is DreamFleet's first aircraft to be offered in two versions: "Reality XP" and "Lite" versions, with the Lite version to be priced at under $20 US.
The Reality XP version features the new Reality XP Sandel 3308 EHSI, Garmin GNS530 v5.2, GMA340 Audio Panel, GTX327 Transponder, and also premiers Reality XP's new "TrueGauge XP" Technology. This technology brings new life to 2D gauges for the Virtual Cockpit and 2D instrument panels. Available in the Baron's KI256 ADI and optional KI525 HSI, this technology provides for the smoothest gauge operation possible, smoother than is even possible via 3D gauges.
As with their Beech A36, the DreamFleet Baron 58 features a high-resolution, smooth-running VC that integrates with no compromises with a complete 2D interior. The ability to display or hide the entire VC, along with VC model complexity that can be dynamically adjusted during flight for improved performance with any system. The 2D panels and interior feature DreamFleet's trademark photo real graphics. Modeled after a real Baron 58, the DreamFleet Baron 58 features flight dynamics tested and approved by real Baron pilots. The "DreamAudio" option further increases realism with realistic internal engine sounds as a pilot would hear them while wearing ANR headphones, and DreamFleet's newest feature allows the user to change between a male or female pilot with just a mouse click.
DreamFleet's Lou Betti comments: "The Baron 58 builds upon the foundation started with our A36, and kicks things up yet another notch. We are also very pleased to now offer two versions of the same product, and we hope that the Lite Version of the Baron 58 will allow our Baron to reach a larger audience in the Flight Simulator community."
For details concerning the Reality XP and Lite versions, and for complete previews of the DreamFleet Baron 58, please visit the DreamFleet web site at: http://www.dreamfleet2000.com