Overall the sound is much improved over .65. However, there are exceptions.
The Browning .30. Model is awesome, sound is not. Way too high-pitched, slow sounding. The sound does not match the fire rate of the weapon at all.
The Browning .50. Sounds like a Nerf gun. Not representative at all of the power of the .50. Like the .30, the sound does not match the firing of the weapon. The characteristic 'thud' sound is there, but sounds like a toy rather than a high powered rifle.
The M1 Carbine. Too high-pitched. Not sure how to describe the faults of this one. Does not sound like a rifle though.
The others I can't seem to think of right now. I'll add to them later. I'm sure others will too.
Oh yeah, the Bofors 40mm and the Flak38 single 20mm. Both of those are those pansy little 'puff' sounds from DICE. I don't know why they haven't been changed yet. The Vierling fires the same 20mm round, so you can just use that, except reduce the volume since its only one. The Bofors probably sounds somewhat similar.
I've never liked the M1 Carnine sound. Sounds like it's firing off pellets rather than bullets. And the .50 cal is starting to get on my nerves some. I want to be afraid when I hear that thing firing!
And also I agree with everything else.
T34/85 sound is gay and WTH is wrong with the 30cal sound i think its fine ..
Older(0.61) plane sounds were better,especially stuka adn zero (bf109 and fw190 maybe?) sounds were far better than the sounds in 0.65
dude they cant use those sounds ...
isent the stuka sound the same...? and personely I like the new plane sounds..
think it was in 0.5 ..
Nope. The Stuka divehorn may be the same, but the engine sound is different from .61.
The Sherman lower hull machine gun sounds out of sync with the actual firing of the gun.