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Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel

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Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel

Upgrade your flight simulation experience for Microsoft Flight Simulator X with the Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel.


  • A set of switches and LED displays for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation
  • COM1/COM2/NAV1/NAV2 function
  • DME/ADF/XPDR functions
  • Works with Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004
  • LED displays work fully in real time with Flight Simulator X and 2004, removing the need to bring the radio stack up on screen
  • Standby switch - set your standby frequencies and then set to active at the touch of a button
  • Twin concentric adjustment dials adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency
  • Mounts onto the Pro Flight Yoke System (sold separately) or into your own home cockpit setup
  • Multiple Radio Panels will allow simultaneous display of the various radio stack functions
  • Compatible: Windows XP/XP64 and Vista

Connectivity: USB 2.0

Works with:
Windows XP, XP64 and Vista (all versions), Windows 7, Windows 8
Mac: OS X 10.6.8 or Later


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Wednesday, March 07, 2018
It's fine, could be better.
by A Customer from New England 

Pros: Solid piece of hardware.
Cons: Software functionality is poor.
Review: I've owned this product for more than a year. It seems sturdy and does what I need it to do. I think it's a good value. That said, there are issues that keep it from being a five-star product, all related to software. First, at least on the Mac, it too often is not recognized by XPlanes on startup necessitating a restart of the application. This is a big hassle. Second, managing the pulse rate of the the rotating switches is difficult and, in my setup, does not persist (so I have to reset the pulse rate each time I use it... or live with the default which is very clumsy). My guess is that these problems track back to the freeware drivers Xsaitekpanels 2.71, not sure. Resolving these problems would take my rating to 4.5 stars.
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Saturday, April 30, 2016
Great tool with some issues
by Adam from Montana 

Pros: Good support from MadCats and adds reality to sim
Cons: Cheep hardware in construction
Review: I got this for Flight Simulator 2004 on a windows seven PC. I am using the SPAD v0.5 drivers. There are some issues that people have listed on other reviews that I would like to talk about.
1)The radio selector knobs are a little stiff but I like that, it makes it harder to skip the radio I want.
2) The frequency selection knobs are really cheap and it dose skip digits. However with the SPAD drivers and turning the knobs slowly that doesn't happen as much. I might end up doing something about it later but for now it is not much of a problem.
I had problems getting the drivers to run on my computer. Turns out you need to "run as administrator " for things to work. I recommend SPAD because the Saitek drivers seemed harder to get to work with Flight Simulator 2004 because it is old.
99% of the functions worked on my add on aircraft. I have several from different companies like Coranado, Aerosoft and Abacus to name a few. The only issue was the Aerosoft Piper Cheyenne, I could not set the transponder, everything else worked.
I am using this to practice for my real world IFR flights.

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Saturday, March 26, 2016
Radio and Multi panel fix
by A Customer from  

Pros: Fixes Radio Frequency Issues
Cons: None
Review: There's a mod by which replaces the OEM encoders eliminating the skipping of frequencies completely on the radio and multi panel.

Here's a review:

The product can be found here:
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Thursday, October 08, 2015
A different must on your stack.
by Bruce paz from Eureka CA USA 

Pros: Easy to use.
Cons: none
Review: Awesome gear a must need to learn VOF navigation, still learning but thats whats all about.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Not happy. Kind of works if you use 3rd party drivers
by Mosart from Parkland, FL 

Pros: Looks good.
Cons: Native drivers skips two numbers for every knob "click". Unusable.
Review: Native drivers skips two numbers for every knob "click". This is quite an issue when you have to concentrate on other aspects of flying, and can't quite set the desired frequency. SPAD fixes this issue, but does not work well with Prepar3d under Windows 8.1

Manufacturer help was next to useless. Very responsive with generic replies. They won't even read your messages, just copy and paste something out of a list of standard replies and send it it you.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Easy radio switching
by Scott from Renton WA U SA 

Pros: takes over using radio's onscreen / mouse wheel scrolling
Cons: Observation Not a CON: If your using xplane some custom aircraft might require tweaks for radio frequency changes - but once addressed no problems
Review: Used this with X-Plane - just a heads up to anyone else who uses windows 8 you may encounter an issue with USB3 ports that causes this display to be blank text... there is a software bug 'caused by MS' .. to fix you simply find the USB deviceID and and shut off the advanced power management in the registry...

Link to the thread I found to fix...

If radio frequencies act up when setting 'skipping a tenth when switching active standby frequencies...
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Is priority no. 1 in panel purchases
by robb13 from Australia 

Pros: Allows for good interraction between user and the FS
Cons: The mode button should have been back lit.. hard to see the setting in low light.
Review: After you buy one, you will want to buy the other saitek panels but think about getting another radio panel too. I did so as I can have COM1, NAV1, DME Nm & Knots and ADF displayed simultaneously. Makes it all much easier than clicking knobs all the time.
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Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Love this product
by Mark from Rochester MA USA 

Review: This product works great with X-plane. The console needs to be lit a little more. But would purchase this again
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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Great addition
by dean from Lansing KS USA 

Review: Installs easily and works great, lets you change radios without mouse. Cons, some frequencies are between detents ons knobs, but minor annoyance at best.
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Wednesday, March 13, 2013
by carlos from miami FL USA 

Pros: workd
Cons: big
Review: great
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Friday, January 18, 2013
pretty cool
by scott from hayesville NC USA 

Pros: I did learn how to track VOR's and towers
Cons: Sometimes the left and right side don't work correctly
Review: I think it does what it's supposed to do with just a few glitches. I wish it came with better instructions
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Wednesday, August 29, 2012
the best item yet!
by LBray from collaroy NSW Australia 

Review: It is the most fantastic item. As a pilot this device can allow me to put in ILS frequencies, DME, COM 1, COM2, etc.  I highly recommend this product for any type of pilot or to any person for personal fun!
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Saturday, August 25, 2012
It makes working the radios a lot easier!
by John from Eau Claire WI USA 

Pros: Feels like the real thing
Cons: Too sensitive (can miss frequency, taking attention away from the IFR 'scan')
Review: Very solid product - built well. I appreciate the mounting hardware that comes with it. It works very similar to the Bendix/King radios found in many single-engine trainers. Minor issue - sensitivity is very high with dials. If you're a spinner (like me), you'll easily blow through the desired frequency. This is solved by slowing down when turning, but takes away from the instrument scan when I'm simulating IFR/IMC scenarios.

Overall, this is a great product, bringing the simulation one step closer to the real thing. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to use the computer to save some flight time to gain proficiency.
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Monday, May 07, 2012
Saves a lot of tedious mouse work
by Richard from Jackson GA USA 

Pros: faster set up and changes
Cons: would have to be reset for accurate freq changes. would skip 2 no.s
Review: Works very well for what I wanted it for
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012
by Monty from Olton TX USA 
Pros: nice looking and functional, better than instuments on a screen
Cons: knobs could be stronger
Review: Good product, had one out of 7 that didnt work and broke a knob off of one of them. Even so quality was better than I expected. Ads say you can get 12 instument designs I only found 6 and would like to have vor head and an HSI if there is a way someone let me know how.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Don't buy if you are going to use in on FS2004
by Glen from Chattanooga. TN 

Pros: Can't say til I get it working
Cons: Major problem getting it to work on FS 2004.
Review: Only good thing I can say is that it came on time, good quality workmanship but haven't been able to get it to work on FS 2004. I have done exactly what they said to do and it still won't work. I contacted tech help and it took over 3 weeks to get an answer and it doesn't work either. I guess I am going to have to purchase FS 10
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Monday, August 08, 2011
by Richard from Lake Charles LA USA 
Pros: made very well.
Cons: none
Review: This product is made of high quality material. It works well and I am enjoying using it. I plan to buy more panels to complete my set up.
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Monday, April 18, 2011
saitek radio
by thomas from rocky mount VA USA 

Pros: easy to use precise and well built
Cons: drivers had to be downloaded from spad
Review: After downloading spad drivers (which are free) the saitek radio worked great. I use it in my 737 sim and it brings it to a new level of reality.I have seen other reviews that said the buttons were hard to turn and knobs were touchy....but I found all that untrue. I feel the product is great for a reasonable price. I promise you will enjoy if you purchase.
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Monday, March 14, 2011
by Brian from Nashua NH USA 
Cons: none
Review: I really enjoy it very great
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Friday, December 11, 2009
Good Unit, but has a few minor issues
by Firefox from Houston, TX 

Pros: Active/Standy is nice, quick tuning, multiple functions via selector knob
Cons: Tuning can be sensitive, Selector Knobs can be hard to turn
Review: Works exactly as expected in FS 9. The unit DOES have two issues that need to be addressed: 1) The tuning knobs can sometimes be very sensitive causing you to be off by one full digit. 2) The selector (Gorilla) knobs on the left can be very hard to turn. If you are technically inclined, a fix can be found at:
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Looks great, works OK
by Jim from Austin TX USA 

Pros: Much easier to adjust and read than trying to mouse about on the screen.
Cons: No backlight of switch label's - This is a bad design oversight with all 3 of the Saitek switch clusters.
Review: I really like the large readable numbers. The switches are smallish but tend to work well. The integration to FSX is pretty solid as long as the machine does not go to sleep in between flights.
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Wednesday, November 04, 2009
Saitek just keeps making it more realistic
by Michael from Winter Springs FL USA 

Pros: Easy to install, plugged in and worked right out of the box
Cons: Alittle expensive for what you get.
Review: It does what it says it will do. Makes tuning in Nav and Com freq. so much fast and easier. Just wish the LED readouts were smaller, thus adding a second Com and Nav display. Very pleased with all their products.
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Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Adds great immersion
by Benjamin from Springfield Missouri USA 

Pros: Add good immenrsion and makes Vatsim so much better!
Cons: Dial sensitivity
Review: Anything that gets your focus from the screen to an actual tactile element on the desktop is great. I now have all three saitek panels and the immersion is so much better. I like the fact that the radio panel does several functions - radio, nav, ADF, transponder etc. I don't have any real issues. The one thing I would note is that the dial is very sensitive and will skip numbers you are trying to land on. I have dealt with this type of dial before - I just "rock it" back and forth and the number will come up correct. My YouTube video "Components of the system" is shown below.

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Monday, October 26, 2009
Another Step closer to the real thing.
by Bob Ski from Philadelphia PA USA 

Pros: Very close to the real thing. Setup was a snap.
Cons: The mode selecting dial, on the left, is very tight and hard to turn. I got a blister from it.
Review: The Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel brings you another step closer to sitting in the pilots seat of a real aircraft. Now I dont have to reach for the mouse and try to get it on the button or dial I want to use. I just reach out and turn a real dial or push a real button or flip a real switch. It gives me a feeling of full control over what Im doing. You see the changes you make with Multi Panel on the screen as you are doing them. I have come to expect Top Quality from Saitek products and the Multi Panel is no exception
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Great Concept.... But...
by Steven from Tampa FL USA 

Pros: Price and Functionality
Cons: Inacurate Control
Review: The combination of a radio stack and an affordable price has been something for which I have been waiting a long time. Thank you to Saitek for answering the call! However... operationally, the tuning control detents are not accurate and changing frequencies is often difficult; very annoying. I would still recommend this product even with this design flaw.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Excellant Training Tool
by Ronald from Bremerton WA USA 

Pros: see review
Cons: see review
Review: Frequency dials whould have been better if they were "clickers". The smooth dial is touchy and to sensitive when setting frequency numbers and you have fine tune it. Still a good traing tool. Hope the number lights last a long time.
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Friday, September 25, 2009
Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel
by A Customer from ALABAMA USA 

Pros: realistic
Cons: selector knobs hard to turn when panel is not mounted to a surface
Review: Overall I'm satisfied with the radio panel. I like the realistic ease of switching between active & standby and tuning to actual channels. The panel is bigger than I expected and the digital numbers are big enough to see from way across the room, which is fine. The only thing I don't like about it is the selector switches are too hard to turn. I don't have the panel bolted to a stationary surface so the switches require both hands, so I have to pause the Flight Sim program to change the selector knob...not ideal for my use.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Excellent Product
by erv from Clarkson KY USA 

Pros: Does what I expected them to do, outstanding.
Cons: None
Review: Really addes to the flight experince. I have approx 40 flight hours on these products and would not fly without them. Followed the installation instructions with no problem, very easy.
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Friday, September 04, 2009
Saitek radio Panel
by Mark from tampa FL USA 

Review: In general I really like this product. It was easy to install and it works great. A couple key observations; The unit is a bit bigger than I though it was going to but thats OK is not a Major deal. It acts differently depending on plane your flying . i.e. if your flying an older AC that dosent have a stand by option for Coms and or Nav. Then the second set of numbers light up but dont do anything. Also you need to have your NAV powered up. This may seem like a no brainer and it kinda is but the panel is lit up and so it may deceive you for a second into thinking your Nav power is on. This is all minor stuff, There is one troubling design flaw which is the rotary knobs click as you rotate them, Similar to your car radio. and you would think that 1 click would change your radio 1 increment. This is not the way it works with this unit. Sometimes the station you need to select is between clicks an is very hard to select and some times it will slip to a different freq. If they could fix that issue I would give this product a 5 out of 5. However even knowing about this flaw I would still purchase it again.
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Thursday, September 03, 2009
When the eyes don't have it!
by Ted from Woodbridge VA USA 

Pros: If you have the full stack of Saitek add-ons,the internal hub of the yoke may not have enough power to drive all of the devices.
Cons: Easy to use
Review: Easy installation and use. If you are like me, the radio comms on the computer screen can be hard to read, and using the mouse or keyboard take extra time. With the radio panel the displayis large and well lit. Tuning the knobs is a breeze! It's a key part of my Saitek stack.
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Monday, August 31, 2009
Bigger than necessary but it works
by Nick from Kenmore WA USA 

Pros: Works, shallow depth for mounting as you like, bright LED readouts, stores several nav & comm. Freq.
Cons: Bigger than necessary, Radio knobs are not realistic & the potentiometers are of poor quality making it difficult to change frequencies quickly, Radio/ Nav/ xpndr switch is very stiff, transponder freq displays on NAV/ COM readout. Would appreciate a separate transponder display.
Review: Works with FS2004. Saitek give the impression on their website that its primarily for FSX, however they include the required plug in on the install CD. Install was quick & easy. Bottom line, the unit works as advertised, perhaps even a bit better. Will make your sim experience MUCH more realistic so you can focus on the flight rather than pausing the sim to try to find the key to press.
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Sunday, August 23, 2009
Needed for Serious Multiplayer
by Jettech from Rosemount, MN 

Pros: Ease of use, functionality, display, set up
Cons: Tuning knobs could have been much better, <-> button could have been better placed. Out side of Multiplayer FSX its only use would be for Nav freq's. Little to no use in free flight or missions.
Review: The radio panel is not what I expected, although very much worth the money I paid. As an avid multiplayer, I enjoy the multi functionality of the panel. It allows setting of all the various radio frequencies, from com 1 to transponder. The panel gets very high marks for usability but looses points for realism. It also scores highly for ease of installation, this is in every way a plug and play panel, there is no need to program anything. Like the switch panel, I have had some minor problems with mounting it to my personal liking. Although it is ready to mount directly to the yoke or on top of the switch panel I prefer not to have anything in my view, so mounting has been a challenge at times. The panel gets very high marks for displays but looses marks for layout of the panel. On the real thing the act/stby <-> button in between the two freqs, this one sits to the far right on the panel. It also looses points for the tuning knobs. As a student I am used to having knobs that will not over shoot my desired freq, this panel seems to give a bit of difficulty when tuning. Despite its short falls, I still find it highly useful and intend on buying at least one more, possibly two. I would still recomend this panel to anyone who is a serious multiplayer
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Previous Customer Questions For Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel:
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On Tuesday, July 15, 2014 a customer asked:
Will all those panels work with X-Plane 10 or just with Microsoft Flight Simulator?
A: Yes, the Saitek Flight Simulator hardware is compatible with almost all flight simulator software.

On Saturday, May 12, 2012 a customer asked:
will this product work on windows 7
A: Yes, it is fully compatible with both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows 7.

On Wednesday, February 15, 2012 a customer asked:
can i connect a headset?
A: Sure, if I understand the question, you can use an aviation headset with your computer with PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter.

On Monday, June 20, 2011 a customer asked:
Is the dimension 2" on the saitek pro flight radio panel the face or the thickness of the panel ? Thanks.
A: The actual face is 11" x 3" x 2" (deep).

On Saturday, February 27, 2010 a customer asked:
I am interested in getting this Panel. But do I need to have 2 panels or with just one I can be in control at all times with selected Com and Nav settings?
A: One Panel will simulate both Com and Nav functions.

On Thursday, October 01, 2009 a customer asked:
Hi there, what are the dimensions of the Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel.
A: With the mounting bracket the dimensions are about 11" by 2".



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