I usually use RXP GTN 750 in my Bonanza.
BUT, I have seen the price of a GTN 750.
Could buy a Certified pre-owned car for the same.
What avionics options could one say are most common installed in Bonanzas today.
The GTN would definatley be for a very well heeled owner but I'm sure there are quite a few owners out there that just manage the ñormal overhead on their planes.
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An acquaintance has a F33A with a G530/G430 and said it wasn't worth the exorbitant expense as you have highlighted. What I often do is go on controller.com and look at those for sale to check out avionics. Also, YouTube is your friend here.
I only fly the Bonanza using the RXP G430.GaryRR wrote: ↑16 Sep 2021, 21:19Well, sometimes using the RXP GTN in P3D 4 I get CTDs caused by a conflict between the RXP GTN and the atioglxx.dll. I have a Radeon GPU. But I mitigate that by loading in with Maule then switching out to the Bonnie. But, I have other planes with GTN. The Alabeo 421 and the Carenado Navajo. Never saw CTD with them but they don't have the background mechanical software running that A2A planes do and I hate to turn that off because that is part of the realism A2A is famous for. So, I am considering just running 530 or 430 in the Bonnie if it would actually be more authentic than the GTN. Never had CTDs with the RXP GNS simulations. Just the GTN. And I would prefer flying the Bonnie even with the watered down default GPS over any plane I have. It is one of the top GA sim aircraft.
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