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Re: Configuration Of Audio Alerts

Posted: Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:26 pm
by maniago
Not trying to be a dick, but usually female voices are better for alerts, as in screaming is a high tone; low tones are associated with calmness. Theres a reason they call her "Bitchin Betty", and her friend the autopilot "George"......

Re: Configuration Of Audio Alerts

Posted: Fri Jan 17, 2020 6:32 pm
by RV-HXr
There are a lot more alerts available than documented. I was able to determine about 60 of them. In the blog post link below you will find:
  • More info on how to expand your available audio alerts.
  • Additional important factors to consider.
  • Wav files you could use.
  • The process I used to compile the list below.
  • Suggestion on how to help identify more alarms. ... lerts.html

Here is the list of alarms I've compiled. Remember to use four digits in the number for the file with format alarm####.wav.

  • Alarm: Alarm number (remember, the alarm####.wav filenames need to be four digits).
  • Message: My suggested voice message for the alarm. You can use something different if you prefer. Note: Your AUX inputs are probably different than mine so you will need to change the associated messages to match your configuration.
  • Description: What the alarm represents.
  • Predefined: If it is also a predefined alarm, the associated special filename.
Keep in mind: I make mistakes.


Probably 287 or 289 is "Pitch trim required". It's trivial to determine that by artificially causing that alert.